Items Tagged “Fuels Synthesis”

JBEI Researchers Improve Membrane Protein Expression And Function Using Genomic Edits

A systematic approach to generate superior host strains for strain engineering

Tags: Fuels Synthesis

Brewing up Breakthroughs, Create Magazine

JBEI's CEO Jay Keasling was interviewed by Create, Engineers Australia's Magazine. In this article Keasling discusses how synthetic biology is being used to tackle major global challenges.

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New Cas9-based Toolkit Eases Obstacles in Genetic Engineering

JBEI develops new synthetic biology tools for engineering Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Tags: Fuels Synthesis, Host Engineering

Navigating an Ocean of Biological Data in the Modern Era

JBEI’s -omics data visualization tool, Arrowland, facilitates new scientific discovery.

Tags: Fuels Synthesis, Quantitative Metabolic Modelling

JBEI scientists explore novel enzyme for aromatic biofuel synthesis

In a Scientific Reports (Nature) paper entitled “In vitro characterization of phenylacetate decarboxylase, a novel enzyme catalyzing toluene biosynthesis in an anaerobic microbial community”, researchers at JBEI investigated an enzyme that could enable first-time biochemical production of the widely used octane booster, toluene.

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Using hydrogen sulfide and CO2 to drive production of renewable fuels and chemicals

JBEI scientists demonstrate a biological approach to convert nuisance chemicals in municipal wastewater treatment (sewage) plants into renewable fuels or chemicals.

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JBEI Scientists Unravel Omics Data Using Systems Biology-Based Workflow To Improve Biofuels Productivity

A workflow was developed to assess and interpret multi-omics data to characterize strain variation in biofuel-producing E. coli.

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From Near-Dropout to PhD, JBEI Scientist Now at Forefront of Biofuels Revolution

JBEI scientist Ee-Been Goh thrives on re-engineering bacteria and mentoring students.

Tags: Education, Fuels Synthesis

JBEI Invention Leads to More Efficient Biofuel Production for Industrial Application

New Biosynthesis Pathways for Five-Carbon Alcohol from Mevalonate Are Available For Licensing

Tags: Commercialization, Fuels Synthesis