Biorefinery Training Platform: Bacterial Factories for Sustainable Chemical and Drug Production

Project Details

Description

There is a growing demand for scientific, technological and industrial developments, which can support the transition from oil based chemical refinery towards biorefinery processes. The Training Program of this IDP – BacTory – comprises a multi-disciplinary platform providing scientific and industrially relevant skills necessary for establishment of next-generation biorefinery activities in Europe. The program is designed to integrate state-of-the-art research in relevant areas associated with future biochemical production scenarios with corresponding industrial activities and production plans. The objective is to train some of the most talented European young scientists (ESR) to become future leading scientists, technologists and entrepreneurs, who can take on leadership in the required scientific and technological development of next-generation industrial biorefinery applications.
AcronymBacTory
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/10/201231/01/2017

Keywords

  • bacterial factories

Research Output

  • 25 Journal article
  • 5 Ph.D. thesis

An expression tag toolbox for microbial production of membrane bound plant cytochromes P450

Vazquez Albacete, D., Cavaleiro, M., Christensen, U., Seppala, S., Møller, B. L. & Nørholm, M., 2017, In : Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 114, 4, p. 751-760

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Exploiting the potential of gas fermentation

Redl, S. M. A., Diender, M., Jensen, T. Ø., Sousa, D. Z. & Nielsen, A. T., 2017, In : Industrial Crops and Products. 106, p. 21-30

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

FurIOS: a web-based tool for identification of Vibrionaceae species using the fur gene

Machado, H., Cardoso, J., Giubergia, S., Rapacki, K. & Gram, L., 2017, In : BMC Microbiology. 8, 8 p., 414.

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