Sustainable Bio-Manufacturing in APAC: From Chemicals to Materials [Online Event]
Synthetic biology is the principle of synthesizing DNAs and designing & building genetic elements and circuitry to enhance or repurpose cellular functions. In recent years, advancements in this field have expanded the capabilities of microbial fermentation to beyond just brewing and food processing. Through microbial and mammalian cell engineering, bio-manufacturing has been repurposed for a wide variety of end products from fragrance to pharmaceuticals.
Discover from international entrepreneurial scientists Dr Lishan Zhao, Vice President of R&D at Amyris and David Lips, Frontier Development at Spiber, as they share about their company’s work in sustainable bio-manufacturing through microbial fermentation. Their insightful presentations will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Dr Matthew Chang, Director of SINERGY on the future development of bio-manufacturing in the Asia Pacific region, and the regional opportunities and challenges.