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Drew Sowersby

  • B.S. Biochemistry
  • Graduate Student
  • Texas State University San Marcos
  • 2PublicationsNumber of items in Drew's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 2Followers

Research interests

social mashsynthetic biologyhigh performance materialsfuturesadvanced biofuels

About

I am on a life mission to integrate discoveries in Neuroscience, Information Science, Materials Science, and the Core Sciences to unearth and synthesize meaningful ideas and technologies. My background includes an inquisitive study of the mind and cognition as hobby, and certifiable knowledge in chemistry, biochemistry and materials science. I have recently engaged in understanding complex systems such as fermentation and have begun sequencing information related to synthetic biology. I am currently engineering yeast cells to be more resistant to toxic environments. I want to ultimately discover, through all forms of utility, what possibilities lie ahead for humans in business, science, and beyond. I also want to answer the following question. Will everything in the future be directly connected to scientific enterprise and will a new human, or post-human, emerge to combat the infinite complexity that threatens our overall fitness on Earth?

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Publications (2)

  • Factors affecting chemical-based purification of DNA from Saccharomyces cerevisiae

    • Lee C
    • Araki N
    • Sowersby D
    • et al.
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  • Analysis of oligonucleotide DNA binding and sedimentation properties of montmorillonite clay using ultraviolet light spectroscopy.

    • Beall G
    • Sowersby D
    • Roberts R
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Graduate Student

Texas State University

August 2010 - Present

Education

B.S. Biochemistry

Texas State University

August 2001 - May 2005(4 years)