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We are broadly interested in understanding evolution as a creative force. Our lab primarily uses experiments with microorganisms and molecules to watch evolution in action. We also use the tools of synthetic biology and bioengineering to manipulate and study evolutionary processes.

Some areas of focus are:
   Gear Preventing evolutionary failure in synthetic biology
   Statistics Genome dynamics in long-term evolution experiments
   Bug Engineering insect symbionts
   Add-on Evolving and engineering naturally transformable bacteria
   Add-on Evolving and engineering bacteriophage

Read more about these and our other Tip, idea Research Projects !

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