Eu Sheng Wang (Wes)
I have a strong interest in the biotechnological approach for the improvement of crop plants, including: plants as bioreactors for the expression of transgenic proteins; chloroplast biology and biotechnology; synthetic biology; and, molecular plant pathology.
Over the last 8 years, I have developed extensive regional and international networks with researchers and research laboratories dedicated to the sustainable development of:
- biopharmaceuticals using plant production platforms
- research on energy and oil crops
- sustainable food production strategies
I have lectured and supervised students at the undergraduate, masters and PhD levels in areas relating to biotechnology with particular emphasis on plastid biotechnology and plant genetic engineering.