Bioprinting of Engineered Biofilms for Microbial Electrosynthesis
William Hynes | 20-ERD-013
We will apply advanced photo-driven three-dimensional bioprinting techniques to engineer communities of bacterial cells for the purpose of studying and optimizing the design of next-generation bioelectrodes for electrosynthesis of valuable compounds. These techniques will advance the science of microbial engineering and provide a new capability for creating smart biomaterials that can be used in a variety of applications.
Publications, Presentations, and Patents
Dubbin, K.; Dong, Z.; Park, D. M.; Alvarado, J.; Su, J.; Wasson, E.; Robertson, C.; Jackson, J.; Bose, A.; Moya, M. L.; Jiao, Y.; Hynes, W. F., "Projection microstereolithographic microbial bioprinting for engineered biofilms." Nano Letters 2021.