571 Microbial Engineering for the Synthesis of Bulk and High-Value Products

Wednesday, October 31, 2012: 3:15 PM
335 (Convention Center )
This session will highlight recent advances in the engineering of microorganisms for the conversion of renewable feedstocks to biofuels, bulk and fine chemicals, and pharmaceutical ingredients. Emphasis will be given to innovative molecular engineering strategies and novel products. Topics relevant to this session may include, for example: metabolic and cell engineering for improved fermentation and cell culture processes; strain evolution for industrial applications; novel enzymatic pathways to produce non-natural products;

Sustainable Biorefineries
Bioengineering (15c), ICE 2012: Biorefinery Technologies for Forest Based Lignocellulosic Biomass (T4A), Topical B: 2nd Annual World Congress on Sustainable Engineering (TB)

Rakesh Bajpai
Email: bajpair@louisiana.edu

Curt R. Fischer
Email: curt_f@berkeley.edu

David R. Nielsen
Email: David.R.Nielsen@asu.edu

3:15 PM
(571a) Engineering Yeast for Advanced Biofuels
Jose L. Avalos, Gerald Fink and Gregory Stephanopoulos

3:35 PM
(571b) Phosphate Optimization for Economical Lipid Production From Lipomyces Starkeyi Grown On Starch
Sharif M. Rahman, Ramalingam Subramaniam, Stephen Dufreche, Mark Zappi and Rakesh Bajpai

4:35 PM
(571e) Engineering of Fatty Acid Pathway and Hydrocarbon Production in E. Coli
Fengming Lin, Yu Chen, Robert Levine, Neil Marsh and Xiaoxia Nina Lin
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