Congratulations to Dr Amanda Jarvis of the School of Chemistry and member of the Centre for Synthetic and Systems Biology, who is one of four University scientists awarded government fellowships to help them become leaders in research and innovation.
Congratulations to Dr Baojun Wang, Reader in Synthetic Biology at the School of Biological Sciences and member of the Centre for Synthetic and Systems Biology, who is one of four University scientists to have been awarded government fellowships to help them become leaders in research and innovati
The Rt Hon Lord Henley, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), visited the Centre for Synthetic and Systems Biology on April 26th along with a tour of the Edinburgh Genome Foundry.
The Centre is involved in an exciting collaboration that has been shortlisted for the first wave of UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Strength in Places Funding. The project aims to boost the economic impact of the burgeoning Industrial Biotechnology sector in Scotland's Central Belt.
A study has identified chemicals in the skin responsible for a unique scent in people with Parkinson’s disease. The chemicals can be detected in an oily substance secreted from the skin called sebum, the researchers found.