Translational Research for Breakthrough Technologies: Advancing Engineering Biology to Address Societal Needs at NSF
Publication Date: April 2022
As NSF establishes its new Directorate for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships to translate research into practical applications, the agency has abundant opportunity to boldly support engineering biology research towards transformational, use-inspired technologies to grow and expand the U.S. bioeconomy. EBRC provides recommendations for the new Directorate to support the translation of fundamental engineering biology research results, establish infrastructure to transform tools into technologies, and to enable cross-disciplinary and entrepreneurial research, education, and training.
Citation: Engineering Biology Research Consortium; Compiled and edited by Emily R. Aurand (2022). Translational Research for Breakthrough Technologies: Advancing Engineering Biology to Address Societal Needs at NSF. Engineering Biology Research Consortium. doi: 10.25498/E4201W.
Keywords: policy, NSF, TIP, education, training, translation, technologies, bioeconomy, biotechnology, innovation
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