News about Synbio Africa (SBA)
Baffour-Awuah Dennis – Love for Science The Inaugural Synthetic Biology and Biosecurity conference held in Kampala from the 14th to the 16th of October, drew participants from over 20 countries.…
First SynBio Conference In Africa Promises a Bright Future for Synthetic Biology
SynBio Africa is determined to beat the odds to organize the first face-to-face Inaugural international synthetic biology and biosecurity conference in Africa. The conference will take place in Kampala, Uganda,…
SBA.1 Inaugural synthetic biology and biosecurity conference in Africa 2021
Introducing the Global Alliance of Regional SynBio Associations — iGEM Blog
iGEM introduces the Global Alliance of Regional SynBio Associations: strengthening the local impact of each group by providing the support of a global community.
Thank you Prof. Matthew Chang for recognizing #SynBioAfrica during The Global Technology governance summit of worldeconomicforum . Follow the link below to watch the full recording: https://www.weforum.org/events/global-technology-governance-summit-2021/sessions/pushing-humanity-s-horizons-moonshots-in-synthetic-biology
Global Technology Governance summit of World Economic Forum in April 2021.
A total of 29 countries planted biotech crops in 2019.Africa doubled the number of biotech countries from three to six in 2019.High biotech adoption rates in the top 5 biotech…
Africa Leads Progress in Biotech Crop Adoption with Doubled Number of Planting Countries in 2019, ISAAA Reports
Could Fermentation Power The Future Of Plant-Based Foods? Motif FoodWorks Thinks Yes.
Demetrix Is Scaling The Cannabinoid Industry
Doctor's fascination with wound healing turns into a $700m biotech company Wounds may cause some to look away, but stem cell researcher Phan Toan Thang sees "magic" in them. "I…
Stem cell researcher Phan Toan Thang: Birthing new skin with umbilical cord stem cells
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWH4vrL7qj4 Recycling Plastics Using Synthetic Biology
Prof. John Ward: Recycling Plastics Using Synthetic Biology
Using Live Engineered Bacteria as a Cancer Drug