Microbes are nothing if not industrious. The metabolic pathways (linked series of chemical reactions) in these tiny organisms lead them to crank out a wide variety of molecules for all sorts of purposes — and that’s what has Mike Freeman’s attention.
BTI researchers are working to discover, understand, and improve our ability to enlist the help of molecules that catalyze life.
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Kate Adamala and the Build-a-Cell consortium look to synthetic biology for insight into the origins of life and a source for vital raw materials.
The exploding yeast and fluorescent fish are interesting, for sure. But for Michael Smanski, the real attraction of synthetic biology is the chance to work at the cusp of a new era in biology—one that holds promise for improving food production, medical care, climate change adaptation, pollution cleanup and more.
University of Minnesota
September 15, 2022
3:30 PM, 239 Gortner
Multi-Omics Investigation of Carbon Flux Networks in Environmental Bacteria of Biotechnological Relevance
3:30 September 22, 2022
Reception to follow
Redox Enzymes of Carbon Transformation, through an electrochemical lens
University of Georgia
September 29, 2022
3:30 PM, 151D Amundson Hall
Unique Strengths of NMR Metabolomics: In vivo metabolism and improved compound identification
Our MissionThe BioTechnology Institute (BTI) provides advanced research, training, and industry interaction in biological process technology, a major area of biotechnology research. The Institute is the central University of Minnesota vehicle for coordinated research...
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