Learn about the opportunities that metabolic engineering and industrial biotechnology offer manufacturers.
Hear what the founders of Synplogen expect from the future of metabolic engineering and learn how the company is helping advance research in the field.
Maranas is being honored for his contributions to the application of algorithmic and optimization techniques for the reconstruction, analysis, and redesign of metabolic networks and strain design.
This brand new award will honor a scientist or engineer who has made a groundbreaking contribution to the field of metabolic engineering.
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.
Twist Bioscience CEO, cofounder, and director Emily Leproust discusses the company's work and the promising future of synthetic biology.
Cell-free systems reduce complex interactions by allowing researchers to study the reactions in the cell outside of the cell boundary.
A microbe's ability to ingest methane opens the doors for potentially producing various product precursors in an environmentally friendly way.
Learn about the work Tim is doing to unlock new technology that could be used to produce a biodegradable plastic from a renewable grass crops.
The Metabolic Engineering Conference is a leading conference for sharing the state-of-the-art developments and achievements made in the field of metabolic engineering over the last two years. The theme of this year's conference is biological design and synthesis.
University of Delaware's Dr. Terry Papoutsakis discusses the work that helped him earn the 2013 D.I.C. Wang Award, as well as about D.I.C. Wang's contribution to biological engineering.
The Society for Biological Engineering (SBE) Symposium on “20 Years of Metabolic Engineering: Foundation of a Bio-Based Economy” celebrated the rapidly growing field of metabolic engineering in an exciting forum consisting of esteemed speakers from industry, government, and academia, followed by an open group discussion.
You know biofuels, but what about electrofuels? Electrofuels are a category of highly efficient biofuel production schemes whereby algae and other microorganisms utilize solar-derived electricity, hydrogen, or metal ions to convert carbon dioxide to fuels. No petroleum or biomass needed.