Researchers convert CO2 into sustainable fuels
The technology will soon be tested at one of Denmark's largest biogas plants.
Scientists develop JELLYFISH ‘crisps’ as slimy creatures invade UK shores
Transforming the sea creatures into pub snacks could be just the solution. (Researcher Mathias P. Clausen).
The section develops and applies biological systems for production of food, feed, chemicals, and renewable energy carriers. It also develops new medical treatments and processes for reducing pollution. The section consists of the following five research groups:
- Medical Biotechnology
- Protein Technology and Industrial Microbiology
- Biorefinery & Biofuels
- CCU and Power-to-X
- Food and Feed Technology
- Algae Synthetic Biology