I'm headed to the New York area this week and will be giving three talks (two of which are open to the public).
May 4th, Noon, Princeton University: "Biology is Technology: Garage Biology, Microbrewing and the Economic Drivers of Distributed Biological Production"
May 5th, 1 pm, Genspace (33 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn): "Biology Is Technology: The Implications of Global Biotechnology"
May 7th-8th, The Hastings Institute, "Progress and Prospects for Microbial Biofuels" for the next round of conversations on ethics, synthetic biology, and public policy. The previous round of conversations is captured in this set of essays, which includes my contribution, "Staying Sober About Science" (free after registration).