Learn which specific skills are particularly useful for chemical engineers to develop, and hear about promising areas of innovation from each of the speakers.
Synthetic biology, and particularly advances in metabolic engineering, show strong promise for personalized therapeutics, sustainable biofuels and textiles, animal-free meat, and many new and sustainable products.
Asia is an increasingly important center of biotech research and development, with multiple hubs of activity across the continent.
Learn how numerous fields are coming together in pursuit of regenerative engineering solutions, and understand the field's special challenges.
Twist Bioscience CEO, cofounder, and director Emily Leproust discusses the company's work and the promising future of synthetic biology.
Chang Liu of UC Irvine shares his views on the the top trends in synthetic biology and tells us about his upcoming talk at SEED.
Caltech's Mikhail Shapiro discusses his work in cell-based medicine and highlights top trends in biomedicine.
Ginkgo Bioworks cofounder Reshma Shetty discusses her upcoming keynote on biological design at SEED 2019.
Jack Szostak shares his hopes for what synthetic biology can accomplish and what attendees can expect from the rich conversation about synthetic biology at the SEED conference.
Suddenly, synthetic biology is being discussed a lot beyond the walls of academia and the pages of scientific journals. Today, it abounds in the mainstream press.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Ashty Karim, a Ph.D student at Northwestern University, shares his predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
Take a look at the advantages, drawbacks, and future of CRISPR-Cas9, which has transformed synthetic bioengineering.
Looking for a promising career direction? Biotech is a vast and diverse field and has growing opportunities.
ChEnected sat down with Evelyn Eggenstein, Arbors Biosciences, prior to this year's Synthetic Biology conference (SEED).
Because synthetic biology can tackle specific mammalian cell behavior, it can be used to enable therapies that are specific to a patient.
Technique allows for the observation of how cells and molecules react in their natural environment, presenting possibilities for biomedical and pharmaceutical applications.
Researchers at Penn State have engineered a strain of bacteria that is the key to converting methane to electricity.
A startup in southern California is designing microbes that extend DNA beyond the natural A, T, G, and C components to include X and Y.
This month, CEP features a Society of Biological Engineering supplement that delves into synthetic biology. The issue also takes a close look at drug-delivery nanoparticles, among many other biological and chemical engineering topics.
Scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have developed a biological nanowire that could help make nanoelectronics greener.
Forty healthy volunteers will undergo phase I clinical testing of a Zika DNA vaccine in a few weeks.