News

Visitor from Canada!

After a two year corona break, we are finally able to weclome a PREP student at our professorship! In the PREP program, students from partner universities of the TUM in North America are invited for a summer research stay at the TUM. We are delighted that Natalie Lapa of the University of Alberta…

We are hiring: PhD position Systems Biotechnology

In our group, a new PhD position is opening up! The theme of the project is metabolic burden due to the expression of synthetic pathways in P. putida. Interested? You can find the full vacancy here.

SBT goes Atlanta

Last week (18.04.22.-22.04.22) our graduate students Ana and Marleen travelled to Atlanta, Georgia, for the biannual Pseudomonas conference. Ana was able to give a talk (in front of 240 participants!) about her PhD project, called CHEAP, where she studied metabolic burden during heterelogous protein…

Spring Seminar SBT Raitenhaslach

From 23.03. - 24.03. , the SBT Spring Seminar took place in the Academic Centre of the TUM in Raitenhaslach. The different ongoing projects and new project proposal of the professorship were presented and discussed. Furthermore, we held a brainstorm session about the concepts of teaching at our…

The CoConut project in the spotlights

Our staff member Franziska Kratzl presents her project in the scope of the website-based written series on research at the School of Engineering and Design

Preis des Zukunftsforums for José Garcia Lima

We congratulate our staff member José Garcia Lima on winning the Preis des Zukunftsforums (prize of the future forum) of the DECHEMA for his outstanding Master Thesis on "In-silico-analysis of metabolic pathways for a CO2 based Bioeconomy"! Furture information can be found on the website of the…

Two new publications at the start of the year

We are happy to announce two new publications! In the scope of the CoConut project, the following paper was published: Kratzl, F., Kremling, A., & Pflüger‐Grau, K. (2022). Streamlining of a synthetic co‐culture towards an individually controllable one‐pot process for polyhydroxyalkanoate…