Building upon the tradition of ‘How to Make (Almost) Anything,’ we are offering ‘How to Grow (Almost) Anything,’ a course to teach experienced bio-enthusiasts and those new to the life sciences alike skills at the cutting edge of bioengineering and synthetic biology.
Class Instructors & Lecturers
- Pat Pataranutaporn (MIT Media Lab, Fluid Interfaces)
- Sebastian Kamau (MIT Media Lab, Sculpting Evolution)
- Eyal Perry (MIT Media Lab, Molecular Machines)
- Teja Jammalamadaka (MIT Civil & Environmental Engineering)
- Jessica Weber (Harvard Medical School)
- Alex Mijalis (Harvard Medical School)
- Lily Li (Harvard Medical School)
- Patrick Fortuna (Harvard Medical School)
- Verena Volf (Harvard Medical School)
- Erkin Kuru (Harvard Medical School)
- Desiree Dudley - Community Biotechnology Initiative, MIT Media Lab
- Berenice Estrada - Community Biotechnology Initiative, MIT Media Lab
Permission of the instructor. All prospective students must submit an application for the course found here.
As we have limited enrollment, please apply as soon as you can.
We ultimately aim to curate a group of diverse students that, collectively, have wet lab experience, hardware and making experience (e.g., having taken 'How to Make (Almost) Anything'), and other creative or technical experience (e.g., design, art).
- 80% weekly assignments and class participation
- 20% final project