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CHAIN hires Research Manager

CHAIN Biotechnology Ltd welcomes Dr Dana Heldt. Dana is an experienced strain development scientist and metabolic engineer with more than ten years industrial experience, including four years with BioSyntha Technology Ltd (now ZuvaSyntha Ltd). Her passion for molecular biology and expertise developing bacteria for chemical production is an exciting addition to the CHAIN team. Dana will manage the research team, currently based at the University of Nottingham and Imperial College London.

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