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Biotechnology

Engineering biosystems

Theme Leads: Vardis Ntoukakis and Daniel Hebenstreit 

Analytical Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry

Analysis of biosensors and chemical networks
Fabrizio Alberti, Christopher Corre, Nicholas Dale, Elizabeth Fullam, John McCarthy, Corinne Smith

Biomolecular Engineering

Biomolecular Engineering

Discovery of natural products and design of novel molecules and antibiotics for innovative applications
Fabrizio Alberti, Guy Barker, Christopher Corre, Chris Dowson, Elizabeth Fullam, Daniel Hebenstreit, Alfonso Jaramillo, John McCarthy, David Roper

Biosystems Design

Biosystems Design

Computation and ‘omics to understand cell differentiation, community structure and metabolite cycling
Munehiro Asally, Daniel Hebenstreit, Alfonso Jaramillo, Bruno Martins, John McCarthy, Kevin Purdy, Orkun Soyer

Biotechnology for Agriculture

Biotechnology for Agriculture

Manipulation of pathways or interactions to enhance crop performance and sustain yield under stress
Guy Barker, Dave Chandler, Lorenzo Frigerio, Miriam Gifford, Eric Holub, Stephen Jackson, Alex Jones, Richard Napier, Vardis Ntoukakis, John Walsh

Computational Modelling

Computational Modelling

Mathematics and computer science for understanding systems, disease dynamics and stochasticity, and in silico evolution
Munehiro Asally, Daniel Hebenstreit, Bruno Martins, John McCarthy, Orkun Soyer

Synthetic Biology

Synthetic Biology

Applying engineering principles and molecular micromanipulation to produce tools and bioproducts
Fabrizio Alberti, Munehiro Asally, Yin Chen, Christopher Corre, Lorenzo Frigerio, Miriam Gifford, Daniel Hebenstreit, Alfonso Jaramillo, Bruno Martins, John McCarthy, Vardis Ntoukakis, Antonia Sagona, Hendrik Schäfer, Orkun Soyer

Synthetic biologists also in Biomedical Science

   

News

Thu 21 May '20
A new understanding of everyday cellular processes

We use cells to breathe, to moderate body temperature, to grow and many other every day processes, however the cells in these processes are …

Publications

Wed 12 Feb '20
Biochemical characterization of Serpula lacrymans iron-reductase enzymes in lignocellulose breakdown

Irnia Nurika, Daniel C Eastwood, Timothy DH Bugg, Guy C Barker

Putative iron-reductase (IR) genes from Serpula lacrymans with similarity to…

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