DOE BioEnergy Technology Center at Harvard

May 2007 Proposal.
S0: Potential Synergies with other Centers
S1: Improve and Multiplex & Single Cell Genome Sequencing technologies
S2: Development of engineered RNA molecules to control gene expression, sense metabolites, and optimize the properties of metabolic pathways
S3: Proteomics in vitro synthesis, in vivo quantitation, and structural studies
S4: Functional Genomics Analysis of the Soil Bacterium P. aeruginosa and its Interactions
S5: Generation of Metabolic Analysis Models and Evolution
S6: Genomic structure, metagenomics, horizontal gene transfer, and natural diversity of Prochlorococcus and Vibrio
S7: Genome Engineering and the Construction of New Genetic Codes

May 2002 Proposal:
Introduction.
Goal 1: Protein complexes & Mass Spectrometry
Goal 2: Regulatory Networks and RNA quantitation.
Goal 3: Microbial Communities, Tn tags, Single Cell Activity Multiplexing, and biofilms
Goal 4: Computational models on the edge of optimality & 4D cell models
Conclusion/Management/Bibliography


Scheduled Project Meetings on Tuesdays at noon. Location: CLSB 521

Collaborators:
George Church, Steve Gygi, Susan Leschine

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