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Photo of JBEI Director Jay Keasling with Rajit Sapar in lab with a beaker of cellulose sludge.

Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBEI) Director Jay Keasling with Rajit Sapar in the lab at JBEI with a beaker of cellulose sludge.

Credit: JBEI/Jay Keasling


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Photo of JBEI Director Jay Keasling with Francesco Pingitore and Chris Petzold at the FT-ICR-MS.

Joint BioEnergy Institute Director Jay Keasling with Francesco Pingitore and Chris Petzold at the Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer (FT-ICR-MS).

Credit: JBEI/Jay Keasling


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Photo of Joint BioEnergy Institute Director Jay Keasling in a lab at JBEI.

Joint BioEnergy Institute Director Jay Keasling in the lab at JBEI.

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