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Anna's book chapter on "Robust biocatalysts"

Anna's book chapter entitled "Robust biocataysts - routes to new diversity" will be published in the forthcoming book "Applied Biocatalysis: From Fundamental Science to Industrial Applications" edited by Liese A, Hilterhaus L, Kettling U and Antranikian G. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH. Congratulations! Krüger et al. 2016

PhD project: Marcel Suleiman

Marcel joined our institute in March to start his PhD project on the "Identification of hydrolytic enzymes from extremophiles". Welcome!

Iceland's thermophilic microorganisms

Skander's review entitled "Manche mögen es heißer - Extremophile Mikroorganismen in Islands heißen Quellen" has been published in Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau! Congratulations! Elleuche 2016

Foreword to the book: "Biotechnology of Extremophiles"

Prof. Antranikian contributed the forword to the book "Biotechnology of Extremophiles - Advances and Challenges", edited by P. Rampelotto. This book was just published at Springer. Our chapter on "Lipolytic Enzymes" is also part of this book!

Master project: Jaqueline Schreiber

Jaqueline started her Master project: She will clone genes encoding glycoside hydrolases and characterize the respective enzymes. Welcome!

News

Anna's book chapter on "Robust biocatalysts"

Anna's book chapter entitled "Robust biocataysts - routes to new diversity" will be published in the forthcoming book "Applied Biocatalysis: From Fundamental Science to Industrial Applications" edited by Liese A, Hilterhaus L, Kettling U and Antranikian G. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH. Congratulations! Krüger et al. 2016

PhD project: Marcel Suleiman

Marcel joined our institute in March to start his PhD project on the "Identification of hydrolytic enzymes from extremophiles". Welcome!

Iceland's thermophilic microorganisms

Skander's review entitled "Manche mögen es heißer - Extremophile Mikroorganismen in Islands heißen Quellen" has been published in Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau! Congratulations! Elleuche 2016

Foreword to the book: "Biotechnology of Extremophiles"

Prof. Antranikian contributed the forword to the book "Biotechnology of Extremophiles - Advances and Challenges", edited by P. Rampelotto. This book was just published at Springer. Our chapter on "Lipolytic Enzymes" is also part of this book!

Master project: Jaqueline Schreiber

Jaqueline started her Master project: She will clone genes encoding glycoside hydrolases and characterize the respective enzymes. Welcome!