The Bundy Biotechnology Lab is led by Dr. Bradley C. Bundy, an Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at Brigham Young University. His research lab focuses on
Cell-free Synthetic Biology and Protein Engineering
Peer-reviewed Articles Google Scholar Profile Graduate student coauthors advised by Bundy are underlined (51 instances) – Undergraduate student coauthors advised by Bundy are italicized (46 instances) 2019 Wilding KM, Zhao EL, Earl CC, Bundy BC.2019. Thermostable Lyoprotectant-Enhanced Cell-free Protein Synthesis
Cell-free Protein Engineering Research The Bundy Biotechnology research lab studies the expression and engineering of proteins for biocatalysis, vaccination, drug-delivery, and medical diagnostic applications. Cell-free Synthetic Biology for Protein Engineering What is Cell-free Synthetic Biology? Proteins—polymers of amino acids—are a major
We love what we do and we want to share it! Lesson Plans Demos Let Us Join From presenting at conferences to teaching middle school students how to build yeast reactors, Dr. Bundy’s lab loves getting involved in the community
Congratulations to Conner Earl for placing first at the AIChE annual Rockey Mount Regional AIChE undergraduate research paper competition! He presented on a recently accepted paper about ribonuclease inhibitors. Additionally, received an invitation to compete in the National AIChE meeting.