Putting Engineering into Biology: Making Fine Smelling Bacteria May 16, 23, 30, June 6 and 13, 9am - 1pm
comes from a valuable chemical, isoamyl acetate, that is used in flavoring and scent recipes, among other things. Industry really has barely scratched the surface on the potential of synthetic biology to do all kinds of heavy lifting in materials and chemical production. Producing fine grade chemicals from junky feedstocks using cleverly engineered bacteria might revolutionize the chemical synthesis industry.
Michael would probably understate this angle, happily guiding you through the process, in his very clear, complete, and elegant manner, simply for the fun of it. He'll put you well on your way toward making your own synthetic bio dreams come true. The course takes place May 16, 23, 30, June 6, and June 13. Please plan to attend all courses. Register Here
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