We work at PUC (Chile), iBio Millennium Institute and  OpenPlant – University of Cambridge (UK).  We promote open technologies for bioengineering, science and education. We are part of the GOSH and TECNOx open technology movements.

Research interests:
i) Bioengineering tools (e.g  robust characterization of genetic parts)
ii) Open source technology for research and education (and fun) (e.g. Open Educational Resources , LOOP DNA fab tool)
iii) Multicellular organization (e.g. Fractals, Tractable deformation)
iv)  Workshops, practicals and technological residencies (e.g. Bakubung report, open tech workshops,  UK-Africa GCRFLabfd-UST Mendoza; Comunicaciones Especulativas and TReND in Africa)
v) Design and architecture (e.g. Synthetic Aesthetics, RedFungi)

Resources openly shared at:
Protocols.io (CC BY protocols)
SynBioUC GitHUB (Code repos)
Open Science Framework (Projects data, notes and live updates)

Current collaborative projects (you are welcome!):
LightM with Alex Kutschera  – U. of Munich at https://github.com/vektorious/lightM
OpenVectors for uLOOP DNA assembly with Bernardo Pollak and C. Dupont (JCVI) at https://osf.io/kw4fh/
RedFungi at https://redfungiblog.wordpress.com & Biofabrication lab
Comunicaciones Especulativas at http://interspecifics.cc/comunicacionesespeculativas/
Microscopes for yeast counting for beer brewers with Nano Castro (gitlab link soon) and wool fiber inspection (link soon)
Open hardware devices for isothermal reactions with Axel Sepulveda (repo link soon)

We work with Jim HaseloffGudy KauselKeymer LabBackyard BrainsNeil DalchauRodrigo GutierrezEndy LabPhil RossNacho SanchezBiodesign FADEUFacundo Martin & Nano Castro,  Rudge labAle NadraKeith PardeePeter von DassowFONDAP-CRG iBio Millennium InstituteMuseo del Hongo, Bernardo Pollak, Chris Dupont & Vince BielinskiDavid Benjamin , Jenny Molloy (Biomakespace Cambridge), Alex KutscheraInterspecifics & RedFungi

Short Bio:
I was born in Mendoza, Argentina, and I am a Boca Juniors fan. I studied two years of Engineering  and three of Biology. I worked one year at the Alvarez-Buylla lab (UNAM) before moving to Cambridge to do a PhD in Biological Sciences at Jim Haseloff ´s lab. All my education has been kindly supported by the free educational system of Argentina and international scholarships from  JP II Foundation; Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Becas LIDER.

Contact details:
email: ffederici at bio.puc.cl

Departamento Genética Molecular y Microbiología – Fac. Cs Biológicas.  Universidad Católica de Chile. Alameda 340. Santiago. Chile
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Instituto de Ingeniería Biológica y Médica. 7mo piso Edificio Ciencia y Tecnología. Avda. Vicuña Mackena 4860, Macul. Campus San Joaquín. Santiago, Chile

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