A multimedia-based promotion of science for the public, EBRsee is an initiative to curate and produce podcasts, videos, and other content on concepts in engineering biology to increase public awareness and engagement.
“Life Lab” is a podcast series aimed at kids ages 9-12 and their families. Created in collaboration with Tumble Science Podcast for Kids, “Life Lab” is five episodes about engineering biology to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges, featuring EBRC members and leaders in the engineering biology community.
“Life Lab” is supported with funding from the National Science Foundation, award no. 2116166.
"EBRC In Translation" podcast
EBRC In Translation is a production from EBRC’s Student & Postdoc Association and brings you deep conversations with leaders in the world of Engineering Biology, hosted by a rotating cast of graduate students and postdocs. New episodes available monthly.
Listen to the latest episode of EBRC In Translation
and while you’re there, check out these playlists:
Originally curated by SPA member Aaron Dy, our YouTube channel features the following playlists that cover basic concepts in synthetic/engineering biology, lectures by EBRC members and the wider community, lab protocols and demonstrations, and much more, in over 170 videos.
This playlist includes longer videos, most 30-60 minutes, with academic professors and synthetic biology leaders giving lectures on topics within synthetic biology for a classroom or general public audience. It was created in conjunction with the publication “YouTube Resources for Synthetic Biology Education”.
This playlist includes videos focused on basic lab protocols common to synthetic biology. Videos typically show a researcher demonstrating protocols in a lab setting while some use animations. It was created in conjunction with the publication “YouTube Resources for Synthetic Biology Education”.
This series is for synthetic biologists who are interested in learning more about what machine learning is, how it is used, and what kinds of problems it can be applied to in the field. There are six discussions, each has a research presentation, a discussion about background and advice, and links to other content.
From Dr. Kunjapur: I run a lab that advances the frontiers of biomolecular engineering research, specifically in engineering new biochemical pathways and protein structures. My mission is to make scientific discoveries while training the next generation of biomolecular engineers. On this channel are lectures from my first semester teaching an elective called “Metabolic engineering and synthetic biology”. The lectures are geared towards junior and senior undergraduates in chemical engineering. I recorded them during the COVID-19 pandemic and wanted to share with a broader audience.