Recombinant DNA and Synthetic Biology – with Michael Sulu

Recombinant DNA is made by bringing together DNA from different molecules to create molecules that are otherwise not available in the organism.
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Michael Sulu is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UCL in the department of Biochemical Engineering, working primarily with Microorganisms. Michael has graduated with degrees from UCL, the University of York and University of Birmingham.

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