This technology can help researchers recover and reuse enzymes and regenerate platforms many times, which may reduce the cost of converting cellulose into simple sugars for biofuel. Based on that remarkable step, they may be able to apply same technology to other enzymes that are beneficial in pharmaceutical and medical fields.

Huynh had an opportunity to work on this project since 2014 and now she is specializing in protein expression and enzyme immobilization. The experiences she gained during this project definitely shine her application to Graduate School.