Monthly interviews with students, teachers, and professionals whose careers have been shaped through BioBuilder
Our host, Zeeshan Siddiqui, talks with a range of guests who are pursuing art, science, engineering, and teaching. They have all had important pivot points related to their interests and careers. What they share is a BioBuilder experience with lasting impact.
What is synthetic biology?
Dr. Natalie Kuldell answers questions about biological engineering and its applications. This podcast was recorded so all who are curious can learn about manipulating DNA to produce new drugs, inserting genes into bacteria to produce biofuels, and much more.
Dr. Natalie Kuldell talks with Trond Arne Undheim, futurist, investor, and author.
Take-away: synthetic biology must become a skillset of every young person. They need it to understand the world they will grow up in. It will increasingly become a life skill, perhaps even a survival skill, depending on how the world goes.
Changing the landscape of classroom teaching with BioBuilder
iGEM podcast host, Melody Wu, asks, “Who is trying to help bring the world of synthetic biology to future generations?” Dr. Natalie Kuldell describes how BioBuilder supports motivated, passionate educators everywhere, and how BioBuilder’s teachers are changing education and inspiring young scientists throughout the country and around the world.
A rotating cast of graduate students and postdocs to host deep conversations with leaders in the world of Engineering Biology
In this episode, Kathryn Brink and Andrew Hunt interview Dr. Natalie Kuldell about her path to becoming an engineering biology educator, the value of adding engineering to life sciences curricula, and the democratization of teaching tools.
The Built with Biology Podcast is a deep dive into the science and innovators behind life science technology
In this episode, Jaye Goldstein of Petri and Natalie Kuldell of BioBuilder share insights on creating community, supporting women and underrepresented genders, and including everyone in the future that will be built with biology.