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''Welcome to the Bioinformatics & Metabolic Engineering Laboratory at [http://www.mit.edu M.I.T]. Our [[Stephanopoulos:Projects | Research]] - led by [http://web.mit.edu/cheme/people/faculty/steph.html Professor Greg Stephanopoulos] of the [http://web.mit.edu/cheme  Chemical Engineering Department] - concentrates on a few diverse challenges in the fields of Metabolic Engineering and Bioinformatics*.''
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''Welcome to the Bioinformatics & Metabolic Engineering Laboratory at [http://www.mit.edu M.I.T]. Our [[Stephanopoulos:Projects | Research]] - led by [http://web.mit.edu/cheme/people/faculty/steph.html Prof. Greg Stephanopoulos] of the [http://web.mit.edu/cheme  Chemical Engineering Department] - concentrates on a few diverse challenges in the fields of Metabolic Engineering and Bioinformatics*.''
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<b><u>*Metabolic Engineering:</u></b> The rational redesign - typically using genetic engineering - of organisms to meet commercial objectives, by the modification of existing - or the introduction of entirely new - metabolic pathways.
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<u><b>*Bio.in.for.mat.ics:</b></u> <i>(bI-O-"in-f&r-'ma-tiks)</i> The collection, classification, storage, and analysis of biochemical and biological information using computers, especially as applied in molecular genetics and genomics.
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==Open Positions==
==Open Positions==
If you are interested in becoming a researcher in our laboratory, please read about the [[Stephanopoulos:Opportunities | opportunities]] that are available immediately, or send an e-mail to <font color="maroon"><tt>gnswebpage-www@mit.edu</tt></font>.
If you are interested in becoming a researcher in our laboratory, please read about the [[Stephanopoulos:Opportunities | opportunities]] that are available immediately, or send an e-mail to <font color="maroon"><tt>gnswebpage-www@mit.edu</tt></font>.

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Welcome

Welcome to the Bioinformatics & Metabolic Engineering Laboratory at M.I.T. Our Research - led by Prof. Greg Stephanopoulos of the Chemical Engineering Department - concentrates on a few diverse challenges in the fields of Metabolic Engineering and Bioinformatics*.


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Greg Stephanopoulos’ lab work includes efforts to create microbes that can help convert sugars from certain types of plants into ethanol.


*Metabolic Engineering: The rational redesign - typically using genetic engineering - of organisms to meet commercial objectives, by the modification of existing - or the introduction of entirely new - metabolic pathways.

*Bio.in.for.mat.ics: (bI-O-"in-f&r-'ma-tiks) The collection, classification, storage, and analysis of biochemical and biological information using computers, especially as applied in molecular genetics and genomics.


Anti-microbial 'grammar' for new language of healing


Engineering yeast for improved ethanol production

Open Positions

If you are interested in becoming a researcher in our laboratory, please read about the opportunities that are available immediately, or send an e-mail to gnswebpage-www@mit.edu.

*Metabolic Engineering: The rational redesign - typically using genetic engineering - of organisms to meet commercial objectives, by the modification of existing - or the introduction of entirely new - metabolic pathways.


*Bio.in.for.mat.ics: (bI-O-"in-f&r-'ma-tiks) The collection, classification, storage, and analysis of biochemical and biological information using computers, especially as applied in molecular genetics and genomics.


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