SEED 2017 Poster Information

Posters should be able to fit within a 40" x 40" space.

Poster numbers can be found in the chart below and are mostly sorted alphabetically by last name.

Odd-numbered posters will present on Wednesday, June 21 in Poster Session A on Wednesday, June 21.

Even-numbered posters will present on Thursday, June 22 in Poster Session B on Thursday, June 22.

Presenters in Poster Session A can set up their posters as early as Tuesday (June 20) morning and should take them down immediately after the session. Presenters in Poster Session B should set up their posters Thursday morning and can leave them up until the end of the conference.

*Poster numbers with an asterisk will be featured in a rapid fire presentation session right before the poster session of their respective days.

Poster Number

Abstract Title LastName FirstName Affiliation
1* Automating the Design of Digital Microfluidic Devices for Synthetic Biology Alistar Mirela Hasso Plattner Institute
2 Spatial Patterning of Microbial Consortia in Microfluidic Devices Alnahhas Razan Rice University
3 A rational approach for bio-production of recombinant proteins in mammalian cell systems Altamura Raffaele ETH Zurich
4* Genetically-Encoded Biosensors for Yeast Cell Factory Optimization Ambri Francesca Technical University of Denmark
5 A Model-Driven Approach to Improving Cooperativity and Reducing Toxicity of dCas9 Logic Circuits Anderson Daniel A. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6 Controlling Energy Flow in Bacteria Using Engineered Ligand-Responsive Protein Electron Carriers Atkinson Joshua T. Rice University
7 Probiotic Design through Microbial Community Modelling Using Genome-Scale Metabolic Models Babaei Parizad Chalmers University of Technology
8 Amplifying Riboswitch Signal Output Using Cellular Wiring Bennett Annastacia Air Force Research Laboratory
9 Rational Mutagenesis to Enable Yeast DNA Polymerase δ (POL3) Tobecome a Calcium-Sensitive Recording Device Biggs Bradley W. Northwestern University
10 Coral: Python Abstractions for Genetic Design Bolten Nicholas University of Washington
11 Molecular and Engineering Design Concept of  Bacterial Surface Antigen( Fimbriae) Involved in Cancer Therapy Brahma PROF. Nitosh Kumar Institute of genetic Engineering
12 Bacterial Biosensors Based on Ligand-Dependent Stability Brandsen Benjamin University of Washington
13 Synthetic Morphogenesis in Plant Roots Brophy Jennifer A.N. Carnegie Institution of Washington
14* Bistable Switches for Yeast Population Growth Designed on Predictions from a Toolkit of Cell Division Regulators Carignano Alberto University of Washington
15* Mining the Human Microbiome: Natural Product Discovery from (meta)Genomic Data Chang Fang-Yuan MIT
16 Engineered Protein Materials for Selective Binding of Strategic Metals Charrier Marimikel Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
17 Probing Enzyme Sequence-Function Relationships By Deep Mutational Scanning of Two Enzyme Homologs Chen John UBC
18 SWEET Biosensors for Sugar Transport Cheung Lily Carnegie Institution for Science
19 The Application of miRNA in Bone Tissue Engineering Chew Sue Anne University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
20 An E coli whole Genome Mutant Library Enables Rapid Selection for Improved Fitness Under Diverse Stresses Choudhury Alaksh University of Colorado Boulder
21 A Genetic Switch for Stable, Long-Term Fermentative Production of Anabolic Products in Yeast Chua Penelope Amyris, Inc.
22 A Serine Integrase-Based ‘Landing Pad’ System for Chromosomal Integrations of Heterologous Genes in E. coli Clubbe Richard University of Glasgow
23 An Accelerated Evolution Approach to Produce Next Generation Yeast Strains for Protein Discovery and Production Comyn Sophie Michael Smith Laboratories
24 Computational Design of Self-Assembling Protein Nanomachines Courbet Alexis University of Washington
25 Modulating Plant Stress Pathway Output Using Natural Variation Cumming Matthew N. University of Toronto
26* Cas9 Activity in Human Chromatin: Inhibition and Strategies for Increased Efficiency Daer René Arizona State University
27* Transcriptional Reprogramming with dCas9 of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae metabolic Pathways Damgaard Jensen Emil Technical University of Denmark
28* Characterizing the Role of 23S rRNA Peptidyltransferase Center Nucleotides in Translation d'Aquino Anne Northwestern University
29 Proteomics-Based Evaluation of Cell Free Protein Synthesis Doktycz Mitchel J Oak Ridge National Laboratory, University of Tennessee
30 Development of a Conjugation-Based Genome Editing Tool in Shewanella Oneidensis MR-1 Using CRISPR/Cas9 and Recombineering Domènech Corts Anna University of Colorado
31 Inducible Genome Modification Utilizing Engineered Ty1 Retrotransposons in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Dorr Brandon Arizona State University
32 Rapid Identification and Quantitative Assessment of Plant Enhancers in Full-Genome Libraries Dorrity Michael W. University of Washington
33 Engineered Strains of the Unicellular Cyanobacterium Synechocystis PCC 6803 Containing Multiple Copies of Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase Durall de la Fuente Claudia Uppsala University
34 Controlling Bdellovibrio Bacteriovorus Gene Expression and Predation Using Synthetic Riboswitches Dwidar Mohammed Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
35 Quantifying Noise Correlations in the Multiple Antibiotic Resistance (Mar) Network El Meouche Imane Boston University
36 Acoustic Reporter Genes for Non-Invasive Deep Tissue Imaging of Engineered Cells Farhadi Arash California Institute of Technology
37* RNA-Aptamer Sensors for Phenotype Screening of Engineered Microbial Pathways Burke Cassandra University of Washington
38 Computational Design of Synthetic Co-Transcriptional RNA Elements for the Dynamic Regulation of Gene Expression Sparkman-Yager David W. University of Washington
39 Immuno-Reprograming of the Tumor Microenvironment Using Synthetic Biotics Fisher Adam Synlogic Inc.
40* Optimizing the Violacein Biosynthetic Pathway Using Droplet Microfluidics Gach Philip Joint BioEnergy Institute, Sandia National Laboratories
41 Development of a Microbial Biosensor for Detection of Inflammation-Associated Microenvironments Galley Jeffrey Baylor College of Medicine
42* Enlarging the Synthetic Biology Toolbox for Pichia Pastoris: Golden Gate Cloning and CRISPR/Cas9 Gassler Thomas Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology (acib), Department of Biotechnology, BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
43* Improving the Efficiency of Microbial Isobutanol Synthesis: Directed Evolution Reveals Improved Enzymes and Optimal Enzyme Ratios Ghosh Indro University of Wisconsin-Madison
44 RNA Regulators of Gene Expression for High-Throughput Strain Engineering Glasscock Cameron Cornell University
45 Mapping the Genomic Landscape of CRISPR-Cas9 Cleavage Gradia Scott Caribou Biosciences
46* Developing HIV-1 Vaccine through a Synthetic Biology Approach Niu Wei University of Nebraska - Lincoln
47 Relative Fluorescent Units Considered Harmful Haddock-Angelli Traci iGEM Foundation
48 Understanding and Manipulating Chromosomal-Scale DNA Looping in Escherichia coli Hao Nan The University of Adelaide
49* Putative DNA-Binding Proteins Affecting the Subcellular Organization of Bacillus Subtilis Hartman Sarah E. Texas A&M University
50* CRISPR NAND Gate: rescuing a cis-repressed gRNA using antisense sRNA Harvey Pascoe J University of Edinburgh
51 Single-Molecule Analysis of Synthetic RNA Devices in Living Cells By Fluorescence Cross-Correlation Spectroscopy Hayden Eric Boise State University
52 Recent Breakthroughs in Enabling Technologies Platforms for Wheat Kathiria Palak National Research Council Canada
53 Deep Device Mining for Lignin-Transforming Enzymes Using Whole-Cell Biosensors Ho Joe C.H. University of British Columbia
54 Engineering Whole Cell Biocatalysts for Consolidated Bioprocessing  Ievdokymenko Kateryna University of British Columbia
55 Engineering Microbial Consortia Using Fosmid Pool Selection Ievdokymenko Kateryna University of British Columbia
56 An Automated Flow-Based/Digital Microfluidic Platform with on-Chip Optical Detection System for High-Throughput Gene Editing Processes Iwai Kosuke Joint BioEnergy Institute, Sandia National Laboratories
57* Measurements of Translation Initiation from All 64 Codons in E. coli Hecht Ariel Joint Initiative for Metrology in Biology, Stanford University, National Institute of Standards and Technology
58 Easyclone-Markerfree: A Vector Toolkit for Marker-Less Integration of Genes into Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Via CRISPR-Cas9 jessop Fabre Mathew DTU Biosustain
59 Metagenomic Mining of Natural Prokaryotic Regulatory Elements for Construction of of Trans-Species Genetic Circuits Johns Nathan Columbia University Medical Center
60 Converting Rhodosporidium Toruloides As a New Industrial Workhorse for the Production of Terpenes and Unusual Fatty Acids Ji Lianghui Temasek Life Sciences laboratory
61 Introducing Catalysis into Non-Catalytic Protein Folds: How Nature Does It Kaczmarski Joe Australian National University
62 DNA Construction Using DIVA (Design, Implementation, Validation Automation): Wet-Lab Workflows and Software Platform Kaplan Nurgul Joint BioEnergy Institute, LBNL
63 Why Doesn’t Everyone Do Everything? the Cooperation Conundrum of Engineered Consortia for the Catabolism of Phosphotriester Pesticides Kehila Dan University of British Columbia
64 Synthetic Biology Memory Circuits in Non-Traditional Hosts Khan Nymul E. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
65 In Vivo Activation of Apo-Hydrogenases Using Synthetic Analogues of Its Active Site in E.coli Khanna Namita Uppsala University
66 The Sweet Smell of Biocatalysis: Using Synthetic Biochemistry for the in Vitro production of Biofuels and Commodity Chemicals Korman Tyler UCLA
67 Establishing a Dual Channel System for Ratiometric Characterisation in Bacillus Subtilis Across Conditions and Gene Contexts King Haydn J. University of Cambridge
68 A Toolkit of Inducible Degron-Tagged dCas9 Effectors for Multi-Directional Drug-Tunable Control of Synthetic Biology Applications Kleinjan Dirk-Jan University of Edinburgh
69 Overcoming the Membrane Barrier: Recruitment of γ-Glutamyl Transferase for Intracellular Release of Cargo Molecules Kuenzl Tilmann ETH Zurich
70* Modifying the Cell Surface Carbohydrate Code: From the Evolution of Enzyme Tools for Blood Antigen Removal to the Discovery of Drugs Aimed at Enzyme Targets in Cancer Kwan David H. Concordia University
71 Vectoreditorjs: An Open-Source Web-Based Javascript Application for DNA Sequence Visualization, Annotation, and Editing LaFrance Sarah JBEI
72 Effective Miniaturization of Illumina Nextera XT Library Preparation for Small Whole Genome Sequencing By Utilizing the Labcyte Echo 525® Liquid Handler Lai Jefferson Labcyte Inc
73 Development of a Xylose Utilizing Saccharomyces Cerevisiae As a Platform for Lignocellulosic Biofuels/Biochemical Production Lee Sun-Mi Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea University of Science and Technology
74* Functional Robustness of Synthetic Gene Circuits Under Mutation Pressure Lee Joo-Young University of Washington
75 Tackling Maple Syrup Urine Disease (MSUD) with Engineered Microbes LI Ning Synlogic Inc.
76 Effects of Overexpressing Calvin-Bassham-Benson Cycle Genes in Synechocystis PCC 6803 Liang Feiyan Uppsala University
77 CRISPR Enabled Trackable Genome Engineering for Isopropanol Production in Escherichia coli Liang Liya University of Colorado Boulder
78 Deep Mutational Scanning of NDM-1: Reverse Engineering Antibiotic Resistance to Decode the Protein Sequence and Function Relationship Life Benjamin E. University of British Columbia
79* Tuning the Dials of Metabolite Biosensors Liu Di Washington University in St Louis
80 Directed Combinatorial Mutagenesis of Escherichia coli for Complex Phenotype Engineering Liu Rongming University of Colorado Boulder
81 Paper-Based Detection with Synthetic Gene Circuits Lux Matthew US ARMY ECBC
82 Development and Substrate Specificity Screening of an In Vivo Biosensor for the Detection of Biomass Derived Aromatic Chemical Building Blocks Machado Leopoldo F. M. University of Manchester
83 Assemblx: A User-Friendly Toolkit for Rapid and Reliable Multi-Gene Assemblies Machens Fabian University of Potsdam
84 Phoenix: A Systems Engineering Approach to Spatial and Temporal Pattern Synthesis in Genetic Systems Madsen Curtis Boston University
85 Cell-Sized Mechanosensitive and Biosensing Compartment Programmed with DNA Majumder Sagardip University of Michigan
86 A Next-Generation Multi-Omics Approach to Dissect Cellular and Molecular Reprogramming Mandal Kamal National Institute of Immunology
87 Engineering Bacterial S-Layer Protein Arrays to Generate Hybrid Nanomaterials Manea Francesca Berkeley Lab
88 Steps Towards CRISPR-Based Process Control in a Cell-Free System Maxwell Colin North Carolina State University
89 Engineering Insulation between Synthetic Bacterial Signaling Pathways McClune Conor MIT
90* Development of a Fast-Responding, Minimal Equipment Biosensor for Zinc Deficiency McNerney Monica Georgia Institute of Technology
91 Syntrack 2: A Scalable, Automated DNA Assembly Production Workflow Management Meng John DOE Joint Genome Institute, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
92* Directed Evolution of an Array of Orthogonal Biosensors  Meyer Adam J. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
93* Engineered Control Systems for Asymmetric Cell Division in Synthetic Bacteria Molinari Sara Rice University
94 Towards a Cell-Free System for the Discovery of Post-Translationally Modified Peptide Natural Products Mohr Benjamin P. Oak Ridge National Laboratory
95* Systems and Synthetic Biology of Rhodococcus Opacus to Enable Conversion of Lignin-Derived Aromatic Compounds into Lipids Moon Tae Seok Washington University in St. Louis
96 A Comprehensive Characterization of the Nitroreductase Superfamily Morales David Michael Smith Laboratories (UBC)
97 Characterizing  Nopaline Synthase Promoter Variants  for Use in Plant Synthetic Biology Morey Kevin Colorado State University
98 Managing Data with the Experiment Data Depot Morrell William Sandia National Laboratory
99 Engineering the Cyanobacterium Synechocystis Sp. PCC 6803 Towards Optimized Solutions for Future Biotechnological Applications Nagy Csaba István University of Turku
100 Biodevisor: Automated Refactoring of Biosynthetic Gene Clusters Oberortner Ernst Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
101 Efficient Engineering of Ribosome Binding Site Libraries in Mismatch Repair Proficient E. coli Oesterle Sabine ETH Zurich
102 Attempts to Develop an Enzyme Converting R-2,3-Dihydroxyisovalerate to 2-Ketoisovalerate with the Aid of Computational Protein Design Oki Kenji Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation Yokohama R&D Center
103* Co-Production of Platform Chemicals 1, 3 Propane Diol and 3-Hydroxy Propionic Acid from Waste Glycerol By Clostridium Pasteurianum Ortega David The University of Nottingham
104 Engineering of Lactobacillus Reuteri As a Biotherapeutic Delivery System Ortiz-Vélez Laura Baylor College of Medicine
105* Metabolic Engineering of Pseudomonas Putida S12 for the Production of Styrene Otto Maike RWTH Aachen University
106 Synthetic Sugar Cassettes for the Efficient Production of Flavonol Glycosides in Escherichia coli Parajuli Prakash Sun Moon University
107 Saturation Mutagenesis of E. coli Sigma Factor As a Tool for Strain Engineering Park Jimin Columbia University
108 Innovative Technology to Produce the Building Blocks for Ambroxide Park Grace Evolva Inc.
109 Engineering Pulsatile Communication in Bacterial Consortia Parkin James Caltech
110* Synthetic Biology Approaches for the Rational Engineering of Novel E. coli and B. Subtilis Biocatalysts for the Conversion of Industrial Bio-Waste into Biofuels and Bioproducts Pasotti Lorenzo University of Pavia
111 Protein Engineering and Precise Modulation of Protein Expression in the Protist Parasite Trypanosoma Brucei Pinger Jason Rockefeller University
112* Multiplex Gene Synthesis in Emulsions Plesa Calin University of California, Los Angeles
113* Synthetic Gene Networks for 2D Fractal Formation By S. Cerevisiae Pothoulakis Georgios Imperial College London
114 High-Throughput Microscopy of E. coli Cells with Micropatterned Agarose Devices Priest David RIKEN
115 Engineering Microbial Utilization of Pectin-Rich Biomass for Producing Commodity Chemicals Protzko Ryan UC Berkeley
116 Engineering Synthetic Proteins to Generate Ca2+ Signals in Mammalian Cells Qudrat Anam University of Toronto
117* Engineered Proteins Program Mammalian Cells to Target Tnfα Sources Qudrat Anam University of Toronto
118 Mammalian Cells Seek CSF1 Sources Via Engineered Proteins Qudrat Anam University of Toronto
119 Cloning, Expression and Characterization of a Self-Sufficient Cytochrome P450 Monooxygenase from Bacillus Species Rimal Hemraj Sun Moon University
120 Engineering the Mammalian Gut Microbiome in Situ Chen Sway Columbia University
121* Active Degradation Allows for Increased Information Transmission Rate in Genetic Control Rossi Nicholas A. Boston Univeristy
122 Genetic Tool Development for Nannochloropsis species Ruffing Anne Sandia National Laboratories
123 A Mechanism for Oscillations in Co-Repressive Microbial Consortia Sadeghpour Mehdi University of Michigan
124 Elementary Mode Analysis of the Effect of Redox Balance over H2 Production in Rhodopseudomonas Palustris Saldivar-García Alexis Instituto Politécnico Nacional
125 Towards the Automated Design of Bacterial Genomes for Tailored Applications Salis Howard Pennsylvania State University
126 Understanding and Improving Osmotolerance in Caldicellulosiruptor Bescii through Screening and Metabolic Engineering of Selected Transcription Factors Sander Kyle University of Tennessee/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
127 Experimental Design Considerations for Efficient and Specific Gene Knock-in Using CRISPR-Cas9 for HDR Utilizing Synthetic RNAs Schiel John A. GE Healthcare, Dharmacon
128* Rational Design of Ribozyme Switches through Big Data and Machine Learning Schmidt Calvin M. Stanford University
129 Dissecting the Factors That Determine the Fidelity of the Genetic Code through Sense Codon Reassignment Schmitt Margaret A. Colorado State University
130 An Engineered Pyrrolysyl tRNA Synthetase for In Vivo Measurement of Sense Codon Reassignment in E. coli Schwark David Colorado State University
131 Synthetic Decoupling of Transcription and Translation Processes for the Quality Control of Gene Expression in Escherichia coli Seo Sang Woo Seoul National University
132 Deep Device Mining for Carbohydrate-Active Enzymes in Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge Metagenome and Applications to Bioprocess Development Sharan Anupama A. University of British Columbia
133* Automated Technologies for Synthetic Biology Applications Shih Steve C. C. Center For Applied Synthetic Biology, Concordia University
134 Repressing Integrase Attachment Site Operation with CRISPR-Cas9 in E. coli Shur Andrey California Institute of Technology
135 The Genetic Incompatibility of Metallo-β-Lactamases: Synthetic Biology Lessons from Directed Evolution Socha Ray University of British Columbia
136 Ancestral Reconstruction of LacI/GalR Transcriptional Regulators Spence Matthew Australian National University
137 Inventory of Composable Elements (ICE): Web of Registries Springthorpe Leanne Joint Bioenergy Institute
138 Tuning the Yeast MAPK Pathway for Yeast-Based Biosensors Stainbrook Sarah Northwestern University
139 Extracting input-output relationship of mammalian gene circuits using transient transfections Stelzer Christoph Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich)
140* Improving Electron Transfer in Cytochrome C-Expressing Escherichia coli by Modulating Cytochrome C Maturation Su Lin Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Southeast University
141 Molecular Genetic Characterization of Terreic Acid Pathway in Aspergillus Terreus Sun Weiwen UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
142 Quantitative Modeling of Integrase Dynamics Using a Novel Python Toolbox for Parameter Inference Swaminathan Anandh California Institute of Technology
143 Scaling up DNA Data Storage Takahashi Chris University of Washington
144* A Quorum Sensing-Based Lateral Inhibition System to Generate Contrasting Patterns Perkins Melinda University of California, Berkeley
145 Engineering Autoregulation in Enzymatic Degradation Based Systems for Robust Dynamics and Improved Host Capacity Tomazou Marios Imperial College London
146 Expression of Heterologous Sigma Factor Expands the Searchable Space for Biofuel Tolerance Mechanisms Tomko Timothy The University of Vermont
147 A Quorum-Busting Approach to Microbiome Engineering Treviño González Mario T. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
148 Protein Engineering a Carbon-Neutral Photorespiration Pathway Trudeau Devin Weizmann Institute of Science
149 Developing Synthetic Biology Capabilities in the Fast-Growing Bacterium Vibrio Natriegens Tschirhart Tanya Naval Research Laboratory
150 Pbnj Gibson Cloning for Fast Turn-Around Donor Constructs in Gene-Editing Applications Turner Intisar K. Synthetic Genomics
151* Global Analysis of Promoter Architecture in E. coli Urtecho Guillaume UCLA
152 A CRISPR/Cas9 Genome Engineering Toolbox for Systems Metabolic Engineering of Yeast Verwaal Rene DSM Biotechnology Center
153 A Versatile Toolbox for the Control of Protein Levels Using Nε-Acetyl-Lysine Dependent Amber Suppression Volkwein Wolfram Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München
154* Applying Synthetic Biology to Synthesize Functional Materials Wallace Andrea Massachusetts Institute of Technology
155 AT-Rich Gene Synthesis Walsh Matthew MIT Lincoln Laboratory
156 A Massively Parallel Assay for Studying 5' UTR Dependent Translation Regulation in Mammalian Cells Wang Ban University of Washington
157 Exploring the Evolution of Ahl Lactonases Williams-Yuen Jordan University of British Columbia
158 Using Yeast to Identify Peptides That Regulate Human Oncogenic Transcription Factors Wu Chi-Fang Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
159 Data Rich Strategies for Designing Cellular RNA Devices Xiang Joy S. Stanford University
160 Adaptive Landscapes and Molecular Basis for the Functional Innovation of an Organophosphate Hydrolysing Enzyme Yang Gloria University of British Columbia
161 Opportunitis for Facility-Enabled Science at the Doe Joint Genome Institute (JGI) Yoshikuni Yasuo University of California, Berkeley
162* Reprogramming Yeast Mating to Characterize Protein-Protein Interactions in High-Throughput Younger David University of Washington
163 RNA-Guided Microbial Genome Editing Using Group II Introns and CRISPR-Cas Systems Zhang Zhigang MilliporeSigma
164 High-Throughput Mutagenesis of Multiple Components of the Yeast Mating Pathway Zimmerman Stephanie University of Washington
165 Composition and Prediction of Multi-Input Promoters Zong David Rice University
166 Structural Basis for the Enantioselectivity of Est-Y29 Toward (S)-Ketoprofen Oh Changsuk Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine
167 Monitoring Microbial Genetic Circuits in Soils Using Orthogonal Enzymes That Synthesize Volatile Silberg Jonathan J. Rice University
168 Synthetic analysis of natural variants yields insights into the evolution and function of auxin signaling F-box proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana Wright R. Clay University of Washington
169 Leucine Zipper-Mediated Targeting of Multi-Enzyme Cascade Reactions to Inclusion Bodies in Escherichia coli for Enhanced Production of 1-Butanol Lee Dae-Hee Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology
170 High Quality, Error-Free DNA for Genome Engineering and Constructing Genetic Circuits for Cell-Free Systems Steil Benjamin MYcroarry
171 Production of Seleno-scFvs with Defined Structure in E. coli Thyer Ross University of Texas at Austin
172 Biosensor Expansion Out of an Ancient Evolutionary Cul-de-Sac Ellefson Jared W. University of Texas at Austin
173 Creating Single-Copy Genetic Circuits and Microbial Kill Switches Lee Jeong Wook

Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Harvard University

174 Naringenin-Responsive Riboswitch-Based Fluorescent Biosensor Module for Escherichia coli Co-Cultures Xiu Yu Beijing University of Chemical Technology
175 Evolution of Chalcone Isomerase from a Non-Enzymatic Ancestor Kaltenbach Miriam Weizmann Institute of Science
176 Exploiting a Soil Bacterium for the Sustainable Production of High-Value Lipids Roccor Raphael University of British Columbia