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DTU Bioengineering
At Dep of Biotechnology & Biomedicine at the Technical University of Denmark we do research in cells, molecules, structural biology and health & biotech
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DTU Bioengineering Jul 3
Thanks to for granting 2.4 M DKK to Biotech Academy, so they can continue to spread the enthusiasm for biotechnology via free teaching materials, online exercises in their virtual laboratory and numerous talks.
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DTU Bioengineering Jun 25
The Fermentation Based BioManufacturing Initiative invites applications for 4 open PhD positions funded by with specialization in various aspects of fermentation. & DTU Chemical Engineering
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DTU Bioengineering Jun 25
Congratulations to 's two newly appointed professors: Winnie Svendsen, Professor in Innovation and Integrated Micro- and Nano Technological Systems and Anders Wolff, Professor in Bio- and Nanobased lab-on-a-chip Technologies
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CeMiSt DTU Jun 17
from thanks and for organizing a conference asking such a fuundamental scientific question: What is the role of microbial secondary metabolites in ?
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DTU Bioengineering Jun 13
is involved in two out of three subprojects in the Collaborative Crop Resilience Program, which has just recieved USD 30 M in funding from . We are happy to be part of kick starting the next green revolution to feed a growing population.
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DTU Bioengineering May 27
Fungal batteries will store alternative energy - and receives grant from to develop biodegradable batteries
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DTU Bioengineering May 23
Congrats to from for being accepted into The Young Academy. He will contribute with insight into the interaction between research, innovation and entrepreneurship & and experince with popular science comm.
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DTU Bioengineering May 23
Yesterday PhD students and Postdocs were in for a treat: A one hour Q&A with 2018 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry .
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DTU Bioengineering May 14
Professor Emeritus from is visiting professor at , and . Hear Roberto talk at the Bloom festival, Synapse 14th May, 13th June, at 24th May, at CeMiSt conf. in June on microbiomes and secondary metabolites.
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DTU Bioengineering May 10
We are happy to share the good news, that will set up his lab at next year. His research in ubiquitin, signalling, and inflammation is a great contribution to our research in biomedicine. Thanks to .
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Eva Sonnenschein Apr 13
Novel chemistry from our micro & chem groups : methyl troposulfenin, an analogue of the antibacterial tropodithietic acid
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DTU Bioengineering Mar 28
2. Symposium on the Ossabaw Pig in Biomedical Research and Development 5. April 2019 Hear the latest results from US and Danish research groups actively using Ossabaw models in their research. Free of charge & open to all Reg. ends 1 April 23:55
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CeMiSt DTU Mar 21
Roberto Kolter is one of our top speakers in the Microbial Secondary in 2019 funded by . Remember to register before 1st of April since there is a limited number of seats. Don't miss this opportunity:
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DTU Bioengineering Mar 19
Congratulations to postdoc Line Munk who has received EUR 175,000 from the Independent Research Fund Denmark to develop her project ‘Function of a new type of enzymes for biocatalytic lignin upgrading’ at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and at DTU Bioengineering.
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Andreas Laustsen Mar 9
Congratulation to Cecilie Knudsen from the for securing an industrial PhD from !Cecilie will be developing diagnostic tools for stratification of victims.
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DTU Bioengineering Mar 18
ha ha good one :)
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DTU Bioengineering Mar 4
Registration to the conference "Microbial Secondary Metabolites in 2019" organized by Center of Excellence CeMiSt is open. Register and take part in discussing the fundamental question: What is the natural role of microbial secondary metabolites?
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DTU Bioengineering Mar 1
Can eating wood promote health and combat disease? Yes, is the short answer from a new study just published in by researchers from , Norway & the US. Read the study: Or about it in Ingeniøren
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DTU Bioengineering Feb 27
FMC Agricultural Solutions came to to network & discuss innovation needs in biological solutions for agriculture with scientists from . It is the first of a series of go-home meetings where we match industry needs to university knowledge.
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Akos T. Kovacs Feb 19
Associate Professor in Fungal Physiology and Fermentation at
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