Professor Elizabeth Sattely of Stanford University will present her work on deciphering the chemical pathways and metabolic compounds of plants, and how this understanding can be used for a range of applications. Dr. Sattely will share how her team is engineering metabolic pathways for therapeutic purposes, and how introducing enzymatic catalysts can improve plant fitness.
The IGI seminar series features a diverse range of speakers focusing on a variety of topics related to the Institute’s research programs. Following all seminars, attendees are invited to stay for a free lunch and talk with the seminar speaker.
Discovery and Engineering of Plant Chemistry
for Plant and Human Health
Dr. Elizabeth Sattely
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering
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