#FutureOfSynbio – Veronika Stepankova

What does the future hold for synthetic biology? The outlook of this field is for sure very promising but there may be different paths ahead of it in both the academic and the industrial sectors. Our partner Veronika Stepankova from Enantis tell us more about this in the latest episode of our video series [...]

By |2018-10-30T11:14:26+00:00October 30th, 2018|R4B news, TheFutureOfSynbio|0 Comments

#FutureOfSynbio – Aimee Wessel

The history of insulin production is a great example of how bacteria can really revolutionize our manufacturing strategies. These microbes work as miniature factories that we can engineer thanks to synthetic biology to produce a wide range of valuable products. Our partner Aimee Wessel from the Institut Pasteurs tell us all about it in the [...]

By |2018-09-10T16:43:39+00:00September 10th, 2018|TheFutureOfSynbio|0 Comments

#FutureOfSynBio – Uwe Völker

The new episode of our new video series #TheFutureOfSynbio features our partner Uwe Völker fom Greifswald University. He explains us how model organisms like Bacillus subtilis can help us answering the most basic questions of Biology! Thanks to Synbio and the OMICS technologies we can understand how cells function at the molecular level and [...]

By |2018-05-14T14:42:29+00:00May 17th, 2018|R4B news, TheFutureOfSynbio|0 Comments

Rafts4Biotech launches two new video series

At Rafts4Biotech we want you to be as excited about synthetic biology as we are! That’s why we have started our new video series #FutureOfSynbio, where the partners of our consortium will tell you all about the perspectives of this promising field. We start with our project coordinator, Daniel López, explaining how Synbio can [...]

By |2018-04-24T15:08:32+00:00April 24th, 2018|MeetThePartners, R4B news, TheFutureOfSynbio|0 Comments

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