Lee Sang Yup

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

South Korea


Lee was elected as one of the two first-ever South Korean members of the Royal Society in the UK for his pioneering contributions to systems metabolic engineering.

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  • Royal Society in the UK

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