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Bio- and food systems and instrumentation research semesters at master level

This program has a flexible start and length.

Preferred student profile

Master student within the fields of Biotechnology, Medical Biotechnology, Biomedicine and Food Science or related subjects.'

We are looking for motivated students with an interest in biological materials (e.g. biomedical systems, bio-tissue, drug delivery, food matter), bioimaging techniques (e.g. fluorescence microscopy, chemical imaging), and/or food science (food structure/texture, taste compounds).

Research topics:

  • Food structure and texture
  • Cell membranes
  • Bacterial assays
  • Advanced light microscopy
  • Raman Spectroscopy/Topography


The program is designed to motivate and encourage critical thinking that approaches traditional and new biosystems by unconventional means.

Focus is on quantification of complex biological systems such as foods, tissue, cells, or bacteria, and/or on developing methodologies for investigating biological matter e.g. advanced microscopy techniques incl. super-resolution microscopy, Raman microscopy and topography, and biosensing assays.

You will gain hands-on experience working in state-of-the-art research laboratories within an interdisciplinary oriented team of dedicated researchers.

Projects will either relate to ongoing research projects, be extension of an earlier project of promising results, or an independent project aimed at opening a new research area of high potential. The research project will be built in close collaboration with the relevant supervisor.

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Responsible researcher

Associate Professor Mathias Porsmose Clausen


Last Updated 07.06.2021