Established and new members of our community will be brought together to discuss the latest progress in Constraint-Based Reconstruction and Analysis (COBRA). It will be chaired by Kiran Patil, EMBL and will take place in Heidelberg, Germany.
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Synthetic biology represents a new way of building biological systems via engineering tools and principles. Genetic components and pathways will be created to reprogram organisms, endowing them with novel functions for a wide range of applications.