Current Projects

(see Chris French Lab collaborations)

Recent Projects

  • Biosensors for use in developing nations: Christopher Nwankwo
  • Novel approaches to radiotherapy using engineered proteins: Dr. Jon Stanley
  • Combinatorial assembly of gene cassettes for cellulose degradation: Dr. Chao-Kuo Liu
  • Conversion of green algal polysaccharides to biofuels: Dr. Alejandro Salinas-Vaccaro
  • Enzyme engineering for cellulose degradation: Dr. Kwabena Duedu                                                                                                                           
  • Artifical consortia for conversion of biomass to useful products: Dr. Craig Munns
  • Arsenic Biosensor Consortium: Dr. David Radford
  • Novel biosensor formats: Dr. Jan Oltmanns
  • Markerless genome editing in E. coli and related bacteria: Kuan Meng (Evan) Lee
  • Novel methods for DNA assembly: PaperClip: Dr. Maryia Trubitsyna
  • Rapid electrical detection of bacterial growth: Dr. Uros Zupancic
  • A synthetic model system for biosynthesis of starch-like polysaccharides: Dr. Joe White
  • 13TSB_SynBio – production of chitosan in microorganisms
  • A whole-cell arsenic biosensor with visual readout for use in the field


    Old Projects