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Online Workshop on Biocatalysis and Bioelectrofermentation in CCU processes // Registration open until 22 Jan.

Online Workshop on Biocatalysis and Bioelectrofermentation in CCU processes // Registration open until 22 Jan.
Monday, January 25 2021 09:00
to Tuesday, January 26 2021 16:00

25 January:

The morning will focus on general topics on biocatalysis (characterization and immobilization, reaction optimization, enzyme engineering) followed by more specific talks on translating biocatalytic reactions to industrial scale,  some success stories from industry and academia. In the afternoon we will have three case studies from BIOCON-CO2 (presented by BIOCON-CO2 partners).

26 January:

Electrofermentation is an upcoming technology that results from merging fermentative and electrochemical processes, resulting in an innovative biotechnological conversion paradigm. Electrochemical cells can impact on fermentation processes by influencing the redox conditions in the culture media. Electrofermentation allows optimal substrate utilization, less use of redox control additives, pH control as well as streer microbial growth and production rate. This emerging research field has a lot of potential applications. The aim of the BIOCON-CO2 workshop is to present some of the most relevant research activities around the electrofermentation concept

ONLINE workshop - Link will be circulated upon successful registration




Date: 2021-01-25
Please tick the box, if you want to attend
 09:00 - 16:00Day 1 workshop session


  • Anonymous

    I am Mohammad Saifuddin, currently i am working as a postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Groningen at the Department of Groningen Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology. My current Research interests involves the Biocatalytic enantioselective synthesis of small molecules of biological and industrial interests. I am looking forward to attend this online conference to further enhance my knowledge in the field of Protein engineering, Biocatalysis and their application towards the greener and sustainable science.

    - Mohammad Saifuddin

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