During the International Conference on Metabolic Engineering in Bacteria 2015 Ingy I. Abdallah PhD student in the research group of Prof dr W.J. Quax (Pharmaceutical Biology) was awarded the best oral presentation price.
The jury awarded Ingy Abdallah for her presentation titled Engineering Bacillus subtilis as a cell factory for terpenoids production.
The International Conference on Metabolic Engineering in Bacteria covered all aspects of engineering of bacterial cell factories, comprising experimental and in silico approaches and was held from 16 to 17 April 2015, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The conference was organized by the European Federation of Biotechnology, the Functional Genomics Section, in collaboration with the BACELL Steering Commitee.
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