Bristol BioDesign Institute
Ready for the bioeconomy
BioDesign: biomolecules to biosystems, from understanding to design
Bristol BioDesign Institute (BBI) places the University of Bristol among the forerunners of synthetic biology research, teaching and innovation.
The institute brings together BrisSynBio, a UK Synthetic Biology Research Centre, and the SynBio Centre for Doctoral Training.
With wide-ranging applications from health to food security, BBI combines pioneering synthetic biology approaches with understanding biomolecular systems to deliver the rational design and engineering of biological systems for useful purposes.
This is delivered through multidisciplinary research which brings together postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers, academics, policy makers and industry, whilst also engaging the public with emerging solutions to global challenges.
- SYNTHETIC | An exploration of synthetic biology through art 11 September 2017
- A new method for the 3D printing of living artificial tissues 15 August 2017
- BrisSynBio start-up wins Unit DX lab space at Bio-Start Awards 2017 11 August 2017
Research impact stories
Staff in the institute work across a number of faculties and schools.
Find out more about our staff and their work.