Join the NSF Bioeconomy Lecture on convergent synthetic design on March 18
March 11, 2021
On Thursday, March 18 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET, NSF will hold a panel discussion on "Sowing the Seeds of Convergent Synthetic Design," the latest session of NSF’s Bioeconomy Distinguished Lecture Series.
The event will feature presentations and discussion by:
- Lydia M. Contreras, University of Texas
- Douglas Densmore, Boston University
- Julius Lucks, Northwestern University
- Jennifer Nemhauser, University of Washington
Find event details and recordings of past events on the Bioeconomy Distinguished Lecture Series page.
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