Sriram Kosuri is developing next-generation DNA synthesis technologies for use in bioengineering. He and his collaborators have created new processes that are faster, more accurate, and significantly less expensive than current methods for synthesizing genes. Kosuri has authored several patents and patent applications related to both biofuels and DNA synthesis technologies, and has published in journals including Nature Biotechnology and Science. Using Kosuri’s new approaches, cells and organisms can be more efficiently engineered to have novel and complex capabilities, such as producing vaccines and drugs, regenerating injured tissues, or cleaning up pollution.
- Lab participant Ecomaterials Innovation Lab
- Fellow PopTech 2012
- Fellow 2012 Science Fellows
Sriram Kosuri is a biological engineer at the Wyss Institute at Harvard University, developing next-generation DNA synthesis technologies.
How can we better understand ocean ecosystems, encourage human cooperation, build resilience in the face of climate change, prevent malaria, make mental health care a global priority? The 2012 PopTech Science Fellows are bringing strong leadership to these challenges and many more, and we are proud to introduce them today.
Last week, PopTech convened a PopTech Lab at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center in the New Research Building of Harvard Medical School in Boston. The three day PopTech Ecomaterials Innovation Lab kicked off our long-term commitment to fostering breakthroughs in next-generation, ‘ultra-green’ ecological materials and industrial processes, and discerning new pathways to …