Industrial biocatalysis using living cells
Pseudomonas2.0 is a European consortium of six academic and two industrial partners. Our investigations focus on the energy metabolism of Pseudomonas for application in redox biocatalysis and the production of bio-based chemicals. Finished since November 2014.
Funding: This project is part of the Pseudomonas2.0 consortium of eight European partners funded though the ERA-IB program.
Members: Undergraduate students: Lara Eisenbach, Maike Otto