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A Simple System for Morphogenetic Engineering

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Morphogenesis is the result of a complex process arising from the interaction between the physical cellular environment and genetic developmental program. My project aims to engineer a simple bacterial system capable of programmable morphogenesis. Such a system will be used as platform to study the role of the biophysical environment in multicellular self-organisation and development. The engineering of this system will be conducted in parallel with the use of computational tools to model and design biological architecture.

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