Biologically engineering E.coli to secrete bioplastic materials
Stronger than kevlar and more elastic than nylon: a valuable commodity
Biliverdin Production Patent Turning Heads, View Patent Here
USU Honored at international Genetically Engineered Machine Competetition (iGEM)
Secretion Based Recovery of Bioplastics Applications Emerging
SBC Works Featured on Television
CHO Cell optimization, modelling and manipulation at the SBI is furthering biomanufacturing methods.
Stronger than Kevlar and more elastic than nylon:a valuable commodity.
a natural anti-inflammatory substance with enormous therapeutic potential.
More than 60 billion pounds of plastic are thrown away each year in the U.S.