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Last spring, Cong Trinh took a sabbatical to hone his skills using CRISPR-Cas genome editing to create modular microbes that generate high-value products.

Professor Trinh has helped develop a yeast strain that can upcycle polyolefin plastic, a major pollutant, into useful biochemicals and biodegradable plastics.

Cong Trinh and his research team elucidate and control proteome reallocation in living cells to enable the selective de novo […]

Cong Trinh and his research team developed the Gene Co-Expression Connectivity (GeCCo) method to predict gene targets underlying high ionic […]

Senior Khanh Ha was selected for the Advanced Undergraduate Research Activity (AURA) program, which promotes research for undergraduate students at UT.

Ferguson Faculty Fellow Cong Trinh was awarded $1.1 million in funding from the US Department of Energy’s Office of Science for research aimed at producing the next generation of biofuels.

By analyzing the genetic diversity of undomesticated Y. lipolytica strains, coupled with detailed strain characterization and proteomic analysis, Associate Professor […]

By discovering and simply twisting a single amino acid in alcohol acetyltransferases, Associate Professor Cong Trinh’s team presents an innovative […]

The partnership between CBE and Eastman Chemical Co. over the past decade has positively impacted faculty, students, and spaces on campus.