Community projects at SoundBio
We think that science is better when we work as a community, learning from and inspiring each other. The following projects are open to any SoundBio member to join and contribute to. So become a member, contact the project lead and get involved.
Community Project sessions are planned on Slack, and sessions open to newcomers are posted on Meetup!
Wednesday’s 6:30 - 8:30 pm, Lead: Regina Wu (Regina@sound.bio)
Created in 2015, Citizen Salmon is a community of curious citizen scientists interested in understanding the origins of the salmon we find in markets and restaurants. The Pacific Northwest tends to breed highly compassionate minds who are concerned with human and environmental health alike, and Salmon are vital to Cascadia. This particular fish is a staple of our diet, a key export, and a cultural icon of our region.
The goal of Citizen Salmon is to acquire a deeper knowledge of local food origins and thus provide the same opportunity for inquiry to the public. By connecting the information about a salmon’s genes with its birthplace, CS aims to develop a simple tool that citizen scientists may use independently to determine the origin of salmon on their plate.
Every other Thursday, 18 - 19:30 , Interim-lead Yoshi Goto (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sundays 11:00 - 13:00, Leads: Orlando de Lange, Paola Asprilla
We want to explore the intersection between programming, biology, and network systems through simulating gene regulatory networks in a program (in silico) and gathering experimental data of the same gene network, inserted into bacteria (in vivo).
Ever wondered what lies beneath the surface? Join us to learn about methods to study the biodiversity of our local soils, waterways and other microenvironments. As we learn we'll develop these skills into workshops to be run at SoundBio.
If you’re interested in potentially starting a new community project, the SoundBio Team will help you! Contact us at email@example.com or message us on Slack!
SoundBio iGEM Team
SoundBio is a high school synthetic biology team located in Seattle, Washington. Team SoundBio competes annually in the iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) Giant Jamboree where they showcase the project that they have been working on. Each year, the SoundBio team designs and develops their own synthetic biology project based on a problem that is currently facing the world.
Interested in learning more or want to join the team? Check out our dedicated website!