Dr Michele Fabris is a CSIRO Synthetic Biology FPS Fellow, working on a diverse group of microalgae called diatoms. He is a core member of the Algal Biosystems and Biotechnology group led by Prof. Peter Ralph in Climate Change Cluster, of the University of Technology Sydney (C3:UTS), and a CSIRO Visiting Scientist in the group of A/Prof. Claudia Vickers. Michele completed his Ph.D. in 2013, where he worked on the reconstruction of diatom metabolic networks, and characterised novel aspects of diatom metabolism. Twitter handle: @fabrismichele
If you are reading this post, you probably have an interest in synthetic biology, its potential, and the way it challenges our typical perceptions of biology as a field.
By Konstantinos Vavitsas and Jestin George.
Synthetic biology as we commonly know it is often described in its scientifically specific context, or in the context of its effects on society and the environment. Continue reading → Meeting report: Synthetic Biology Australasia Conference