[DIYbio] Re: Bio Academy - How to Grow (Almost) Anything 2018

I heard its inaccessible. Unless something changed. 
there is no distribution network if one wants a finer amount of chemicals. You must buy things in bulk basically. 
it will run a DIYbio enthusiast out of liquidity. 

Sweet deal though. You get to claim you were in a project that was designed/directed by George Church.    

On Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at 3:19:09 PM UTC-4, Scott wrote:
How to Grow (Almost) Anything (HTGAA, http://bio.academany.org/) is a distributed Synthetic Biology Program directed by George Church, Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and taught by a diverse group of faculty (http://bio.academany.org/faculty.html). HTGAA is a part of the growing Academy of (almost) Anything, or the academany.

Bio Academy offers education on the implications and applications of synthetic biology (http://bio.academany.org/classes.html). The 2018 HTGAA Program starts in September and global lectures happen on Wednesdays at 9:00 AM EST - lasting for approximately 3 hours. Students from around the world connect online to participate. During the classes, professors from diverse Universities and companies both present and explain the content of the class, and also review the work of the students.  Students are expected to complete assignments at their local lab (http://bio.academany.org/labs.html). These lectures and assignments are designed to give students a broad understanding of, and wet bench experience in, the field of synthetic biology. For more information and to signup for the 2018 program see our website:

On behalf of the 2018 organizing committee,
Scott Pownall, PhD
Open Science Network
Vancouver, BC, Canada

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