User:Franklin J Lu

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*Franklin J Lu
*Franklin J Lu
*Stanford University
*Stanford University
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*380 Roth Way
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*Shriram 080A
*Dept of Chemical Engineering
*Dept of Chemical Engineering
*Stanford, CA 94305
*Stanford, CA 94305
*[[Special:Emailuser/Franklin J Lu|Email me through OpenWetWare]]
*[[Special:Emailuser/Franklin J Lu|Email me through OpenWetWare]]
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I work in the Swartz Lab at Stanford University and am currently working on establishing a sustainable method for biological synthesis of hydrogen from biomass.
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I am currently working on building a synthetic pathway to produce hydrogen from cellulosic biomass through a cell free extract. I've previously worked in the fermentation and cell culture groups of Genentech (Oceanside, CA, 2009-2011) and Merck (West Point, PA, 2005-2009).
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# Synthetic Biology
# Synthetic Biology
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# Bioenergy/Biofuels
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# Bioenergy/Biochemicals
# Protein Engineering
# Protein Engineering

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Contact Info

I am currently working on building a synthetic pathway to produce hydrogen from cellulosic biomass through a cell free extract. I've previously worked in the fermentation and cell culture groups of Genentech (Oceanside, CA, 2009-2011) and Merck (West Point, PA, 2005-2009).

Education

  • 2016, PhD, Stanford Univeristy
  • 2008, MS, University of Pennsylvania
  • 2005, BS, Cornell University

Research interests

  1. Synthetic Biology
  2. Bioenergy/Biochemicals
  3. Protein Engineering

Publications

  1. links== *Introductory tutorial *OpenWetWare help pages [Useful]
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