It was a pleasure to be invited to the Thai-UK Research Collaboration on Development of Biotechnological Products in June. Starting with a Press Conference on Capacity Building of Biopharmaceutical and Vaccine Manufacturing in Bangkok, the first day of presentations showcased some impressive applications of fundamental algal research. This included a fascinating presentation by Saul Purton on chloroplast protein expression in Chlamydomonas and their use in feeds in aquaculture. Brenda Parker (also UCL) also talked about up-scale production and downstream processing for feed supplementation. Great to see Professor Colin Robison leading the event after so many years since our collaboration on TAT export of proteins in E. coli.
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