Scientists are exploring using engineered yeast cells to produce pheromones.

Our vision is to transform the chemical production to a more sustainable bio-based industry


CRISPR technologies have changed the ball game.

Our research activities centre around design, build and test of cell factories


Growth decoupling make bacteria better at producing bacteria.

A new research group will focus on developing enzyme biocatalysts for the industrial production of natural products.

Developing integrated software platforms will reduce the cost of making cell factories.

Lorena Fernandez-Cabezon will overcome the limitations of metabolic engineering.

Senior Researcher and Co-PI, Adam Feist, wins the Jay Bailey Young Investigator Award.


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16 AUGUST 2018