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CMST-Action CM1303

Welcome to the project website for COST Action CM1303.

The purpose of this site is to inform the scientific community about our work and activities. 
We promote collaboration and co-operation in the analysis of enzymatic systems in vivo, the development and discovery of new biocatalysts, and their assembly in vitro into novel synthetic metabolic pathways.

COST Committee of Senior Officials Approval date 16/05/2013
Entry into force 22/06/2011
Start of Action 20/11/2013
End of Action 19/11/2017

 

Timetable

Systems Biocatalysis

is a new approach consisting of organizing enzymes in vitro to generate an artificial metabolism for synthetic purposes.

The strategy of this key new platform deals with the analysis of enzymatic systems in vivo, the development and discovery of new biocatalysts, and their assembly in vitro into novel synthetic metabolic pathways. This network aims at the controllable construction of metabolic pathways for the efficient synthesis of valuable chemical products. Tasks involved are the discovery of new biocatalysts, the optimization of their function, mutual compatibility and regulation, and the construction of a continuous flux for high efficiency. These tasks require research in various disciplines, as well as in molecular and engineering aspects of whole synthetic reaction sequences. Therefore, this multidisciplinary Action is organized by an innovative grid WG structure. The latter will interface vertical thematic pillars with horizontal technology bridges, to foster a profound integration of the ERA. The new collaborative research network will develop innovative methods for the discovery, design, optimization, and use of novel biocatalytic modules towards a plug-and-play enzymatic toolbox concept. This platform will be instrumental for the training of the next generation of researchers in cutting-edge technologies and for the rapid translation of results into value creation by European industries.

 

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Contact details

Chair of the Action:
Prof Stefano Servi

Vice Chair of the Action:
Prof Isabella Arends

STSM Coordinator:
Dr Sergio Riva

Grant Holder:
Technische Universität Darmstadt

Grant Holder Scientific
Representative:

Prof Wolf-Dieter Fessner

Science Officer (COST Office):
Dr Lucia Forzi

Administrative Officer (COST
Office):

Ms Svetlana Voinova

 

MC Chair Progress report 1: July 2015

MC Chair Progress report 2: June 2016

 

Downloads

Memorandum of Understanding
MoU - download as PDF

COST Vademecum
Vademecum - download as PDF

 

EU

COST is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020

 

 

 

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