Technology that could help create paint that can alert people to the presence of a toxin or packaging that changes color with the expiration date of the food inside clearly has potential on the commercial market.
And now two long-time collaborators from Carnegie Mellon University have launched a company designed to take the advancements made possible by polymer-based protein engineering, which was developed at the Pittsburgh university, and enable more companies to use them…
The core of the Biohybrid Solutions business is polymer-based protein engineering — essentially a better way of combining proteins and polymers that was developed at CMU. The company aims to improve polymer-protein conjugation by simplifying and automating the process, while also more efficiently removing waste from the final product.
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This story originally appeared in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette on November 8, 2016.