Computing with living biological systems

From the lab to the environment

Our research group is run by Ángel Goñi-Moreno at the Centre for Biotechnology and Plant Genomics, Technical University of Madrid (CBGP-UPM).

We use computer science and synthetic biology to design, build and test living biological circuits. Combining theory with experiments we study how microbes and molecular systems process information, like environmental signals, and engineer new ways for them to do so.

Our research group is run by Ángel Goñi-Moreno at the Centre for Biotechnology and Plant Genomics, Technical University of Madrid (CBGP-UPM).

We use computer science and synthetic biology to design, build and test living biological circuits. Combining theory with experiments we study how microbes and molecular systems process information, like environmental signals, and engineer new ways for them to do so.

From information processing to biotechnological applications

We rationally engineer microbes for different purposes under four research lines

Engineered biological circuits
Biological complexity: from context to evolution
Mathematical modelling beyond experiments
Standards, automation, and data handling
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The Biocomputation Lab team

Bringing together expertise from computer science, molecular biology and microbiology

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