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General information
The laboratory was founded by the project “Biotechnology of New Materials” in SibFU, Institute of Fundamental Biology and Biotechnology, which had won the competition for the mega-grants of Russian Federation Government within the framework of the program to support research in Russian higher education institutions, supervised by the world leading scientists.
The project is focused on the establishment of the Center of biotechnology excellence; it includes fundamental research, educational and innovative activities in the field of biotechnology of new biomaterials.
The project is fulfilled by the Basic department of Biotechnology, involving the department for Medical Biology and others from SibFU, and resulted with the creation of the Lab of New Materials.
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The project is supervised by the world-class leading scientist -Prof. Anthony J. Sinskey, famous in the field of biotechnology of molecular genetic, metabolomics and microbiology. Prof. Sinskey has significant experience in research and realization of his ideas in the field of metabolic engineering, aimed to the obtaining of target products, focusing on fundamental physiology, biochemistry and molecular genetics.

Students' participation in the project
Young scientists of the Institute of Fundamental Biology and Biotechnology actively participates in the execution of the project “Biotechnology of new materials”.
Among the project team members are:
Ph.D. students of Siberian Federal University:
Dariya Syrvacheva, Anna Kuzmina, Anna Shumilova, Dmitry Gulnov, Nadezhda Rimatskaya, Artemiy Pokrovsky, Ivan Denisov
2 Master students:
Olga Vinogradova, Dmitry Goncharov
6 undergraduate students:
Ekaterina Smirnova, Kseniya Korobikhina, Iliya Pimenov, Irina Osipova
Fig. 1. Future biotechnologies    Master students Iliya Lebedev and Dmitry Goncharov work on the laboratory mini-extruder “Brabender” (Germany); the aim of their course work is to obtain specialized items from bioplastic
Fig. 2. Tatyana Selivanova is a Master student; she obtains and studies polymer implants for reconstruction of bone tissue defects. Tatyana is working on the automatic press Carver (USA).
Fig. 3. Complex for packing and sterilization (Johnson&Johnson, USA). Undergraduate students Yuliya Rukosuyeva and Anna Kuzmina are preparing the samples of the developed implants for the experiment with animals.
Fig. 4. Unique pilot production of bioplastics – training facility of SibFU biotechnologists
Fig. 5. Packing and sterilization of the produced polymer implants
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