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  • Ask HN: What's an interesting DIY genetic engineering project?
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-06-11
    I have experience in DIY genetic engineering (have run a DIY home genetic engineering lab for almost 10 years now https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/14/science/biohackers-gene-e... )

    What you can do and what you can do are different things. Genetic engineering and biological manipulation go as deep as software, and tacit knowledge about execution is non-trivial to the point where you WILL mess up experiments (so expect to repeat a lot).

    That said, you can still do some fun stuff. I would recommend trying to do something very small but actually novel. For example, if you've done a GFP transformation into E.coli, try to get the GFP transformation working in a new organism (maybe a yogurt bacteria). Keep it small though, and keep it single cellular, or else you are putting yourself into the pit of despair.

    Also check out the Poly project (https://github.com/TimothyStiles/poly). We're basically building (decent) open-source software for doing synthetic biology. Since you're a software developer, doing code reviews and reading our mega-comments (like https://github.com/TimothyStiles/poly/blob/prime/transformat...) might help you understand some more of the fundamental engineering problems we synthetic biologists are encountering. Also, in code reviews, if you don't understand something, a practicing synthetic biologist will explain it to you so that we can improve our docs.

  • Commonly used Bioinfomatics Methods
    I’m planning to add a bioinformatics toolbox to poly (https://github.com/TimothyStiles/poly). Since I’m fairly new to bioinformatics and go I figured knowing what people generally use would be a great way for me to start contributing to the codebase. Any suggestions?
  • How to improve my GitHub profile
    Contribute to open source project like https://github.com/TimothyStiles/poly (they have a link to the discord community on the read me). The more you do the better your profile looks. I would honestly prefer people who have contributed to existing projects over practice projects
  • Undergrad Looking for Proejcts
    Check out - https://github.com/TimothyStiles/poly . We’re always looking for more contributors with life sciences background. There’s a discord link on the GitHub readme if you want to discuss with the community.
  • Ideas for software project
    u/createthiscom check out https://github.com/TimothyStiles/poly/ this would be definitely up your speed and things you’d like to work on. You can join the discord and see how it goes.
  • How do you open .fasta files, for example
    Check out https://github.com/TimothyStiles/poly I know the folks working on this tool and they’d love to have more users give them feedback on functionality and usage
  • Ask HN: What Are You Working On?
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-01-14
    https://github.com/TimothyStiles/poly a modern synthetic biology library written in Go. Aiming at building some awesome stuff (codon optimization, synthesis optimization, RBS calculator, etc) that should really help in forward engineering life.

    sporenetlabs.com Building a method to do massive amounts of affordable DNA distribution. I'm still working on the backend for that one.