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Research Focus:

Research in the Applied Biocatalysis group focusses on whole-cell biocatalysis and aims at the development of efficient and stable bioprocesses via an integrated biocatalyst and reaction engineering approach. Specifically, redox biotransformations (oxygenases, dehydrogenases), in vivo cascades / orthogonal pathways, and fermentative approaches are targeted via enzyme, metabolic, reaction, and process engineering to develop and apply engineered microbial cells for the eco-efficient production of bulk and fine chemicals as well as fuels and bioactives from renewable as well as fossil resources. The renewables considered include CO2 and sunlight and thus the exploitation of photosynthesis. Cyanobacteria, E. coli, and Pseudomonads constitute the host strains mainly employed. Following a systems biotechnology approach, special emphasis lies on biocatalyst and process efficiency with the ultimate goal to develop environment-friendly and industrially feasible processes via rational biocatalyst and process engineering.


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Lecture: “Basics of Biocatalysis” in the 1st semester module “Introduction to Chemical Biotechnology”
Lecturer: Prof. Bruno Bühler

Start: October 13, 2017 (Fridays each weak, 3pm – 5pm or according to announcement)
Where: MLU Halle, Weinberg-Campus (Hoher Weg 8), SR 101 HW

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Lecture: “Whole-Cell Biocatalysis” in the 3rd semester module “Applied Biocatalysis”
Lecturer: Prof. Bruno Bühler

Start: October 13, 2017 (Fridays each weak, 10am – 12am or according to announcement)
Where: MLU Halle, Weinberg-Campus (Hoher Weg 8), SR 107 HW

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Project seminar / practical course on Applied Biocatalysis
Responsible supervisor: Prof. Bruno Bühler

Timing: February 5 – 9, 2018
Where: UFZ Leipzig

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