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Engineering Biology in Cambridge

Institute of Energy & Environmental Flows (IEEF)
 Philipp  Braeuninger-Weimer
Research Student
Department of Engineering, Academic Division: Electrical Engineering
Research group: Solid State Electronics and Nanoscale Science
SynBio Fund project: The Green Mother Machine: A microfluidics device for cyanobacteria
+44 1223 748377
Entrepreneur, Co-Founder & Advisor Public Health & Longevity Group
 Maxime  Fouyssac
PhD student
Department of Pharmacology
SynBio Fund project: Finding new recombinases
+44 (0)1223 334000/334002
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow
 Peyman  Gifani 
Research Student
Information Engineering
SynBio Fund projects:
Interactive web-based software tool for biological circuit design (Extension plan) - Lead
Interactive web­ based software for genetic circuit design - Lead
+44 1223 7 66768
 Sarah  Kaewert
PhD student, Biological Anthropology - population genetics
Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
Jesus College
01223 333516
 Anton  Kan
Graduate Student, Department of Plant Sciences
(SynBio Fund project - Optimised lux reporters for eukaryotic systems)
01223 766545
Graduate student, Department of Pathology
SynBio Fund project: Finding new recombinases
 Kasey  Markel
 Caitlyn  Merry
Content and Curriculum Manager at Raspberry Pi Foundation
Postgrad Student at Judge Business School
 Laura  Mitchell
PhD Candidate
 Souradip  Mookerjee
MB/PhD student
Wellcome Trust-MRC Stem Cell Institute
Department of Haematology
NHS Blood & Transplant
(0122) 376-6976
 Fergus  Riche
Sensor CDT student, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
SynBio Fund project: Flexible, low cost, live­ cell imaging platform
MRC Toxicology Unit
BBSRC Discovery Research Fellow
 Christian  Schwall
PhD Student
Sainsbury Laboratory
SynBio Fund project - Lead: The Green Mother Machine: A microfluidics device for cyanobacteria
+44(0)1223 761100
 Michael  Smith
Graduate student
Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy
SynBio Fund project: A piezoelectric bio-platform to image and stimulate cellular interactions
Graduate student