Bioengineering the next global industrial revolution, remaking the building blocks of the modern economy.
The world economy produces goods in enormous quantities. Many of the materials that make these goods are manufactured inefficiently, unsustainably and unimaginatively. We believe the next global industrial revolution will be driven by a step change in the creation of these materials. There will be significant economic rewards for those countries and companies pushing the boundaries of biotechnology.
Alex ConradieGreen Chemicals Director and Chair in Sustainable Chemical Processing
Peter LicenceDirector of GSK Carbon Neautral Laboratory
Derek IrvineProfessor of Materials Chemistry
Steve HowdleHead of School of Chemistry
Victor Sans SangorrinAssistant Professor
Gill StephensProfessor of Bioprocess Engineering
Cameron AlexanderProfessor of Polymer Therapeutics
Frankie RawsonNottingham Research Fellow
Samantha BryanSenior Research Scientist
Dave BarrettProfessor in Analytical Bioscience
Dong-hyun KimAssistant Professor in Analytical Biosceince
Adrienne DavisHead of Analytical Services
Edward LesterThe Lady Trent Professor of Chemical Engineering
Michael GeorgeProfessor of Chemistry
Martyn PoliakoffResearch Professor of Chemistry
Jon McKechnieAssistant Professor
Ioanna DimitriouAssistant Professor in Chemical Engineering
Tania DottoriniAssistant Professor in Bioinformatics
Richard EmesProfessor of Bioinformatics
Jonathan HirstProfessor of Computational Chemistry
Elena BesleyProfessor of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
Nicholas BesleyProfessor of Theoretical Chemistry
Richard WheatleyAssociate Professor and Reader in Theoretical Chemistry
Francesca ParadisiAssociate Professor in Biocatalysis and Enzyme Engineering
Anca PordeaAssistant Professor
Anne CroftAssociate Professor
Christof JaegerAssistant Professor
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