15 SEP

CeMiSt to host Professor Jennifer Martiny from University of California, Irvine

CeMiSt will be hosting Professor Jennifer Martiny from University of California, Irvine, from 2020 to 2021 at DTU Bioengineering. 

04 JUN

The microbiome of fish live-feed is altered by the presence of a secondary-metabolite...

In a recent study, PhD student Karen Dittmann studied the microbiomes of fish larvae and their feed organisms (copepods and algae)

Advert for the CeMiSt summer conference 2022
28 MAY

CeMiSt receives 0.5 million DKK from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to organize an...

CeMiSt thanks the Novo Nordisk Foundation for  financial support for a CeMiSt conference in June 2021. This follows a very successful conference in 2019 supported by the...

Anna Dragos
14 MAY

A photo from a CeMiSt postdoc selected as one of 7 runner-ups in the DG photo...

In the framework of the annual photo competition organized by the Danish National research Foundation,  postdoc Anna Dragos has been selected among the seven runner-ups

Bacteria and microorganisms
27 APR

Bacillus secondary metabolites are dispensable for plant root colonization

Do microbial secondary metabolites affect the ability of microbes to colonize and establish in new environments?

17 APR

CeMiSt activity during COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 situation CeMiSt has been operating online. Virtual meetings have replaced our regular face-to-face meetings, we created an internal newsletter, several...

17 JAN

CeMiSt unveils 13 Bacillus genomes and its secondary metabolite diversity

A CeMiSt team sequences the complete genomes of 13 Bacillus species

20 DEC

CeMiSt receives a grant from Novo Nordisk Foundation

CeMiSt and its host institution, DTU Bioengineering, have received 13.73 million DKK from the Novo Nordisk Foundation. The grant will be used to invest in cutting-edge...

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