Introducing flexibility to automation to unleash the power of biology – PodcastPublished: February 17, 2020
Markus co-founded Synthace after working as a Research Associate in Synthetic Biology at University College London where he developed novel biosynthesis methods using pathway engineering. Prior to UCL, he was a Biotransformation Scientist at Novacta Biosystems working as part of the industrial biotechnology group that conducted more than 90 contract research projects for over 20 clients. Markus has a PhD in Plant Biochemistry from Durham.
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Interview conducted: November 29 2019; Publication date: January 22 2020.
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