Papers stemming from KnipBio

Back in 2013, I co-founded KnipBio with Larry Feinberg. KnipBio’s goal is to develop Methylobacterium as an aquaculture feed ingredient that can simultaneously reduce the need for fishmeal-derived protein and provide high-value components and properties. In the past two years, our first publications have come…

Two papers led by Will Harcombe – one in PNAS – on cooperation in synthetic communities

In the past months we have had two papers on the E. coli–S. enterica system that Will Harcombe developed, and worked on when he was a postdoc in the lab. One of these (Hynes et al., 2018. Biomedical Physics and Engineering Express) reports the ability…

Review published on role of sequencing in revolutionizing studies of experimental evolution.

Eric Bruger and I penned a review (Bruger and Marx, 2018. Current Opinion in Microbiology) that seeks to address the manner in which sequencing technologies have opened the door to whole new questions in experimental evolution. It was a joy to highlight the incredible work…