Iyer:Notebook/Pseudomonas diminuta

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==Project Description/Abstract==
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* Using the soil bacterium Pseudomonas diminuta as a model, the interdisciplinary, research-based undergraduate lab curriculum is being developed in a modular format in collaboration with industry and academic partners. The modules (I, II, III) cover topics from microbiology, molecular biology, biomanufacturing and basic nanotechnology, enabling students to engage in research experiences during early stages of their undergraduate years.  
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  • Using the soil bacterium Pseudomonas diminuta as a model, the interdisciplinary, research-based undergraduate lab curriculum is being developed in a modular format in collaboration with industry and academic partners. The modules (I, II, III) cover topics from microbiology, molecular biology, biomanufacturing and basic nanotechnology, enabling students to engage in research experiences during early stages of their undergraduate years.

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