University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham (UNOTT) will take part in ENGICOIN with Synthetic Biology Research Centre The SBRC has a wealth of dedicated new equipment, bespoke facilities, cohorts of PhD studentships and many existing international research and industry connections.
Under the directorship of Nigel P Minton, the SBRC currently employs over 100 staff and combines expertise from a variety of academic disciplines, including green chemistry, biology, computational sciences, to create optimized chassis for the sustainable production of carbon-based chemicals and fuels.

Team role and expertise in the project:

UNOTT’s major role is related to strain engineering for the microbial factories MF 2 and MF 3. Significant time will be allocated for modelling, data monitoring and control strategy definition in integrated system and impact analysis.

Our people

Nigel Minton
Principal Investigator 
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No. 760994.
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