NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering - phase 2
Third-party funded project
Project title NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering - phase 2
Principal Investigator(s) Ward, Thomas R.
Co-Investigator(s) Müller, Daniel J.
Project Members Lim, Roderick
Mayor, Marcel
Housecroft, Catherine
Wenger, Oliver
Palivan, Cornelia
Calame, Michel
Ward, Thomas R.
Reddy, Sai
Matile, Stefan
Stelling, Jörg
Panke, Sven
Vogel, Viola
Benenson, Yaakov
Fussenegger, Martin
Meier, Wolfgang P.
Roska, Botond
Fotiadis, Dimitrios
Biller-Andorno, Nikola
Müller, Daniel J.
Nash, Michael
Sparr, Christof
Tiefenbacher, Konrad Karl
Dittrich, Petra
Platt, Randall
Martin, Ivan
Scholl, Hendrik
Lörtscher, Emanuel
Kammerer, Richard
De Roo, Jonathan
Correia, Bruno
Organisation / Research unit Departement Chemie / Chemie,
Departement Chemie / Bioanorganische Chemie (Ward),
Departement Chemie / Physikalische Chemie (Palivan)
Project Website
Project start 01.07.2018
Probable end 30.06.2022
Status Active

Molecular Systems Engineering is a National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), and headed by the University of Basel and the ETH Zurich. This NCCR combines expertise from chemistry, biology, physics, bioinformatics, and engineering. The overreaching aim is to develop tools and devices to monitor and manipulate off-equilibrium (bio)chemical systems. These may find applications in the synthesis of high added-value products, as innovative diagnostic tools and for the restoration of a desired cellular or organ function.

Keywords chemistry, biology, systems chemistry, systems biology, synthetic biology, molecular factories, cellular systems, molecular systems engineering
Financed by Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)
University of Basel
Other sources
Follow-up project of 2619852 NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering

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