Bob Landick, a professor of biochemistry, has been named a Scientific Director at the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center. The GLBRC is a collaboration with other universities and is housed at UW-Madison in the Wisconsin Energy Institute.
Landick’s research focuses on RNA polymerase, the central enzyme of gene expression in all free-living organisms, and how that can lead to advancements in bioenergy, biotechnology and antibiotic discovery. To read more about this work, visit biochem.wisc.edu/faculty/landick.This entry was posted in Bioenergy and Bioproducts, Milestones and tagged biochemistry, award by Ben. Bookmark the permalink.