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August 2021

Nanna Jensen joined the Microbial Electrosynthesis Research group as an intern. She will work the coming semester together with Louise. Welcome Nanna!

Laura will spend the coming months in the lab of Prof. Miriam Rosenbaum at the Hans Knoll Institute in Leipzig, Germany. Good luck Laura!

Jo is currently on maternity and will be back in Spring 2022.

April 2021

Postdoc Tobias Sandfeld Jensen joined our group. Tobias will also work under supervision of our collaboration Associate Professor Klaus Koren (Bioscience Department). Tobias will focus on developing artificial biofilms of acetogenic bacteria on cathodes. Welcome Tobias!

August 2020

Emma Krogsgaard Jensen started as an intern at the Microbial Electrosynthesis Research group. She will work together with Laura. Welcome Emma!

June 2020

Our lab is open again. We are looking forward to get some experiments started again!

May 2020

PhD student Louise Vinther Grøn started at the Microbial Electrosynthesis Research Group. Louise will investigate how we can improve biofilm formation of acetogenic bacteria on electrodes. Louise will start working from home and will get into the lab as soon as possible. Welcome Louise!

April 2020

Our lab is temporary closed due to the CoViD-19 epidemic. Stay save and healthy!

November 2019

The Microbial Electrosynthesis Research Group obtained a NovoNordisk Fonden Project Grant to improve biofilm formation of acetogenic bacteria on cathodes!

October 2019

Phd student Laura Daniela Munoz Duarte started at the Microbial Electrosynthesis Research Group. Her research will focus on the H2 consumption characteristics of acetogenic bacteria. Welcome Laura!

December 2018

The Microbial Electrosynthesis Research Group obtained a Starting Grant of the Aarhus University Research Foundation. Thanks AUFF!