Synthetic biology is changing the world. The past decade has witnessed the tremendous power of systems and synthetic biology in the creation of genetic parts, devices, and systems. However, its potential for real-world applications has not been fully explored.
One of the promising applications of synthetic biology is the construction of programmable cells that are able to integrate multiple environmental signals and implement synthetic control over biological processes.
In this webinar, Dr. Tae Seok Moon will present unpublished results of his gene expression research on the potential and challenges of systems and synthetic biology that can address global problems, including plastic and agricultural waste issues, and research various diseases, sustainable bioproduction, and biocontainment of engineered organisms.