This Thanksgiving, those of us still in Cambridge held a pot-luck Thanksgiving Feast with traditional dishes from our home countries. Food ranged from the expected Turkey to exotic dishes like Sushi. The event was a blast, and everyone left feeling absolutely stuffed! Thanks go out to Rosangela for organizing.
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The isoprenoid “superfamily” has generated considerable interest among the scientific community in recent years owing to the demonstrated therapeutic potential of several of its 40,000-odd members. Prominent among these are menthol, artemisinin, lycopene and taxol. The high specificity and efficacy of these molecules have caught the attention of several large pharmaceutical corporations, and many in [...]
Welcome to the Bioinformatics & Metabolic Engineering Laboratory at M.I.T. Our research – led by Professor Greg Stephanopoulos of the Chemical Engineering Department – examines a number of current and exciting topics in the area of Metabolic Engineering* and its industrial and medical applications. Please see description under the Research tab. We have an active group of 25 [...]