Executable TX-TL DNA programs, without the issues caused by host-circuit interactions
Possible to predict the co-expression of multiple proteins in a quantitatively precise manner
Provided with a limited number of possible experiments, what is the optimal combination to learn the most about the system?
Can we identify extract and part parameters separately? Could we use this to classify extracts as best suited for X, but not for Y?
If we can identify extract parameters, can we reduce extract variability? Can we predict part behavior across different extracts?
Based on measurements in vivo, how will parts/systems behave in living organisms? Or vice versa?
Patterning is central in countless disciplines, ranging from biology and engineering to sociology and political science
Possible to predict the emergence of patterns even in systems with multiple layers of communication channels
Not all patterns are stable. What are the patterns that will eventually emerge, and what are the ones that will disappear?
Not all patterns are equally likely to emerge. What are the patterns that we will most likely see?
Will locally synchronized patterns emerge, especially over networks with multiple layers of communication channels?
How to study patterning if modules are non-identical? Can we infer the type of each module based on emergent patterns?