The latest news from the CSIRO Synthetic Biology Future Science Platform.
Highlights from the SynBio FSP Symposium
We've pulled together 6 key moments you might have missed from the Celebrating Science from the SynBio FSP Symposium last week.
Meet Dr Xiaoqing Li: taking the guess work out of sustainable textiles
CSIRO cotton researcher Xiaoqing Li is a leader in the generation of novel fibres for the cotton industry. And her field might just take the textile world by storm.
Registrations now open: Celebrating science from SynBioFSP
Join us online 24-25 March to celebrate the milestones and highlights from the Synthetic Biology FSP.
New paper: how biofoundries can help countries strengthen pandemic preparedness
A new study in Nature Communications explores the critical role of biofoundries in pandemics.
What’s brewing? Precision food proteins from fermentation
Precision fermentation has emerged as one of the frontrunners for additional sources of protein that could underpin the growth of a sustainable bioeconomy in Australia. Read more from Dr Thomas Vanhercke and Dr Michelle Colgrave.
New paper: public response to genetically engineered coral using synthetic biology
A team of social scientists has investigated the factors that influence public support for the development of genetically engineered coral.
The CSIRO BioFoundry team has doubled!
The CSIRO BioFoundry has just doubled staff numbers to meet the capacity required for current and future projects. Meet our new team members!
What the National Synthetic Biology Roadmap means for Australian manufacturing
How will the future of advanced manufacturing be fuelled by synthetic biology?
Meet the researcher: Dr Janet Reid
Meet the molecular and cell biologist leading our revolutionary new lab.