Building with Biology Kit Engaging activities and professional development resources to create conversations about the emerging field of synthetic biology and societal implications. Featured Activities Browse all activities in this kit Building with Biology: Bio Bistro In this activity, learners decide what current and future synthetic biology-based food products they would, would not, or might eat. Building with Biology: VirEx Delivery In this activity, learners explore the potential for engineered viruses to deliver beneficial, targeted genetic information to sites throughout the body. "Should We Engineer the Mosquito?" Forum Building with Biology public forum where participants discuss whether the mosquito should be genetically engineered. Should We Edit the Genome? forum Building with Biology public forum where participants discuss CRISPR technology used to precisely edit DNA, and if we should. Building with Biology reference packet Building with Biology packet of printable reference sheets on the basics of synthetic biology and related fields of study. View Kit Contents List Building with Biology Kit - Contents List List of kit contents for Building with Biology kit of ngaging activities and professional development resources to create conversations about the emerging field of synthetic biology and societal implications. Download the Digital Kit Building with Biology Digital Kit Digital download of all public engagement and professional development files in the Building with Biology kit designed to engage public in synthetic biology. Event Planning and Promotion Guide Building with Biology Event Planning and Marketing Guide Detailed guide for planning and promoting your Building with Biology event providing an information on event preparation, volunteer recruitment and training, facilitating conversations. Learn More About the Project Building with Biology The Building with Biology project created conversations in museums among scientists and public audiences about the emerging field of synthetic biology and societal implications. Synthetic biology uses new techniques combining biology and engineering to make new or modified living things and materials.