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Mazen's paper has been accepted

Mazen's paper entitled "Influence of linker length variations on the biomass-degrading performance of heat-active enzyme chimeras" has been accepted for publication in Mol Biotechnol. Congratulations! 

2 Conferences in September

Extremophiles 2016
11th International Congress on Extremophiles (Extremophiles 2016), September 12 - 16, 2016, Kyoto, Japan, organized by Prof. Haruyuki Atomi. Extremophiles 2016

 

Biocat2016
8th International Congress on Biocatalysis (Biocat2016), organized by Prof. Garo Antranikian, Hamburg, Germany, August 28 - September 1, 2016 Biocat 2016

A new research article on alkaline proteases

Our new article entitled "Enhancement of alkaline protease activity and stability via covalent immobilization onto hollow core-mesoporous shell silica nanospheres" has been published in Int. J. Mol. Sci. Congratulations! Ibrahim et al. 2016

Three new BTA trainees join our institute

Johannes Crumbach, Margarethe Gregersen and Kerstin Stähle started their 4-month projects. Welcome!

Bachelor project: Stefan Boersting

Stefan started his Bachelor project: He will characterize starch-degrading enzymes. Welcome!

News

Mazen's paper has been accepted

Mazen's paper entitled "Influence of linker length variations on the biomass-degrading performance of heat-active enzyme chimeras" has been accepted for publication in Mol Biotechnol. Congratulations! 

2 Conferences in September

Extremophiles 2016
11th International Congress on Extremophiles (Extremophiles 2016), September 12 - 16, 2016, Kyoto, Japan, organized by Prof. Haruyuki Atomi. Extremophiles 2016

 

Biocat2016
8th International Congress on Biocatalysis (Biocat2016), organized by Prof. Garo Antranikian, Hamburg, Germany, August 28 - September 1, 2016 Biocat 2016

A new research article on alkaline proteases

Our new article entitled "Enhancement of alkaline protease activity and stability via covalent immobilization onto hollow core-mesoporous shell silica nanospheres" has been published in Int. J. Mol. Sci. Congratulations! Ibrahim et al. 2016

Three new BTA trainees join our institute

Johannes Crumbach, Margarethe Gregersen and Kerstin Stähle started their 4-month projects. Welcome!

Bachelor project: Stefan Boersting

Stefan started his Bachelor project: He will characterize starch-degrading enzymes. Welcome!