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Meet the Scientists of the Future Bioeconomy part 3: Engineering the cell factory

To stay competitive, industries need to increase their productivity. Typically this is done by improving the process of manufacturing, the factory efficiency. Synthetic biology is no different. Natalia Kakko, a doctoral student at the Center for Young Synbio Scientists, is working on the vital task of streamlining the productivity of cells. Improving “cellular factories,” could enable many synthetic biology-based companies to be more productive and more profitable, as well as support several UN sustainable development goals.


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