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Manufacture Small Molecules

Metabolic Engineering 101

If you were as fascinated as we were by Vikramaditya Yadav’s feature “The Rebirth of Manufacturing?”, you can find out more about the science of metabolic engineering with these great illustrations.

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About the Author

Vikramaditya G. Yadav

As an undergraduate student in chemical engineering at the University of Waterloo, Vikramaditya G. Yadav coveted a career in Alberta’s burgeoning petrochemical sector. One evening during his second year, he stumbled upon a copy of Juan Enríquez’s ‘As the Future Catches You’ in the library and was instantly captivated by biological engineering. “My new found passion took me on a wonderful journey that included stops at Sanofi Pasteur and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where I received my doctoral degree for a thesis on engineering enzymes and bacteria for synthesis of pharmaceuticals,” says Vikramaditya. Now, as an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia, he is conducting wide-ranging research in metagenomics, bioenergy, water bioremediation, drug discovery and manufacturing, phytochemistry and Alzheimer’s disease.

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