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BIODYNAMICS

Multiscale dynamic regulation in metabolic engineering: Feedback control and automated DBTL cycle.

Field
National
Date
01/09/2021 - 31/08/2024
Industry
  • Industry
Budget
Funded by

R&D&I 2020 PROJECTS Research Challenges. Ministry of Science, Innovation

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PROJECT INFORMATION

DESCRIPTION

The BIODYNAMICS approach will aim to demonstrate that multipurpose microbial cell factories based on standardized, modular plug-and-play synthetic biology are a real possibility for faster, cheaper and more effective bioproduction. To this end, it will develop new hybrid (data-driven and mechanistic) modeling and characterization methods and tools for advanced synthetic metabolic engineering.

The BIODYNAMICS approach will aim to demonstrate that multipurpose microbial cell factories based on standardized, modular plug-and-play synthetic biology are a real possibility for faster, cheaper and more effective bioproduction. To this end, it will develop new hybrid (data-driven and mechanistic) modeling and characterization methods and tools for advanced synthetic metabolic engineering.

Contact information

Picó Marco, Jesús Andrés
Catedrático/a de Universidad - PDI

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Technological capabilities

Big Data
Data collection and sensing