This session will describe new technologies that are expected to have a substantial impact in the field of metabolic engineering. Emphasis will be placed on new technologies for designing, constructing, and testing engineering cells.
- Emily Leproust, Twist Biosciences
- Expression of Heterologous Sigma Factors in Escherichia coli to Explore the Heterologous Genomic Space for Building, Stepwise, Complex, Multicomponent Phenotypes- Eleftherios 'Terry' Papoutsakis, University of Delaware
- Robust Technology for Antibiotics-Free Contamination Resistance- A. Joe Shaw, Novogy
- Establishing Cell-Free Metabolic Engineering for Pathway Debugging and the Production of Sustainable Chemicals- Michael Jewett, Northwestern University
- High Throughput Screening of Antibody Secretion in CHO Cells Using Split-GFP and Droplet Microfluidics- Johan Rockberg, KTH-Royal Institute of Technology
- Transforming Yeast from Moonshiners into Oil Barons: Lessons from the Industrialization of Metabolic Engineering- Sunil Chandran, Amyris