Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Graduate Virtual Seminar

March 25, 2021
March 25, 2021
           
               Northwestern University               
Topic: "Cell-free systems for on-demand biomanufacturing, molecular sensing, and education"
Time: 12 p.m. (noon) EST
 
No password is required. Just use the link and the host will admit you.
 
Cell-free biology is the activation of complex biological processes without using intact living cells. While used for more than 50 years across the life sciences as a foundational research tool, a recent technical renaissance has made possible high-yielding cell-free gene expression systems (>g protein/L), the development of cell-free platforms from non-model organisms, and multiplexed strategies for rapidly assessing biological design. These advances provide exciting opportunities to profoundly transform synthetic biology through new approaches to model-driven design of genetic circuits, fast and portable sensing of compounds, on demand biomanufacturing, building cells from the bottom up, and next-generation educational kits. Here we describe our recent efforts to transform cell-free biotechnology.
               
For additional information please contact Michele Giusti at mgiusti@soe.rutgers.edu.