PhotoBioCat

PhotoBioCat

Biotechnological production of chemicals using enzymes coupled with the photosynthesis of microalgae is the topic of the new EU project PhotoBioCat. IMBT is the project coordinator and collaborates with 6 universities to create a European Joint Doctorate Program.

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FuturoLEAF

FuturoLEAF

The EU-funded FuturoLEAF project will combine the concept of a functional architecture from nanocellulose building blocks with the anatomy and functions designed on the principles of plant leaf anatomy to create a new algal-based biocatalyst technology efficient in capturing CO2 and producing solar-driven biofuels and chemicals. Maximising light utilisation, CO2 capturing and easing of logistical transportation of cell factories will enable high catalytic turnover time.

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Haus der Biokatalyse - 2015

The IMBT hosts two research groups:

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Institute of Molecular Biotechnology

Petersgasse 14
8010 Graz 

Office:
Eva-Maria Wochinz-Hubmann
Sprechstunde: Mo-Do 9:00-12:00
Tel.: +43 316 873 4072

Daniela Lerchegger
Sprechstunde: Mo, Mi-Do 9:00-12:00
Tel.: +43 316 873 4073

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