skip to primary navigationskip to content
 

Professor Alison Smith featured on BBC's The Life Scientific

last modified Feb 08, 2017 09:15 AM
Alison Smith, Professor of Plant Biochemistry in the Department of Plant Sciences, whose research interests include algal synthetic biology, has been featured on the BBC's The Life Scientific.

In her interview on The Life Scientific, Alison Smith talks to Jim al-Khalili about the many varied uses of algae, as well as their often strange biochemistry and ecology. 

Among other topics, they discuss how it is possible to farm algae in order to manufacture a plethora of different chemicals, including biofuels, food stuffs and more. We may become very depended on algae to produce our chemicals once oil resources run out. 

You can listen to her interview here.

 

For more information on Alisons' work, click here.

Filed under:

About

The Synthetic Biology Strategic Research Initiative provides a hub for anyone interested in Synthetic Biology at the University of Cambridge, including researchers, commercial partners and external collaborators. 

Subscribe to our mailing list