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Bacteriophage attacking bacteria
30 JUN

Novel way for bacteria to share biosynthetic gene clusters

In a collaborative effort of computational biology, microbiology and chemistry, researchers at CeMiSt have found a novel way for bacteria to share biosynthetic gene clusters...

Biotechnology and biochemistry
2020
10 DEC

The search for new antibiotics

The search for new antibiotics - Mikkel Bentzon-Tilia and Lone Gram explain the project funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark’s Sapere Aude programme

30 NOV

A rare family of compounds found by CeMiSt researchers

A rare family of compounds found by CeMiSt researchers

30 NOV

CeMiSt researchers develop a biosensor to study microbial secondary metabolites...

CeMiSt researchers develop a biosensor to study microbial secondary metabolites in soil

CeMiSt researchers receive funding  for a project on algal microbiome engineering
30 NOV

CeMiSt researchers receive funding for a project on algal microbiome engineering

Thanks to Novo Nordisk Foundation for funding a project on algal microbiome engineering

Lone Gram fotograferet af Bax LIndhardt
09 OCT

Lone Gram accepted into 'The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters'

Professor Lone Gram is one of 15 outstanding scientists to become new members of The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters. They enter into a yearlong tradition...

09 OCT

CeMiSt will host Dr. Manuel Liebeke, an expert in metabolomics and mass spectrometry...

CeMiSt is delighted to announce that the Otto Mønsted Foundation has provided funding for a guest professor, group leader Dr. Manuel Liebeke from the Max Plank Institute...

Lone Gram og Mikkel Bentzon-Tilia ser på prøver
06 OCT

Entire bacterial community can provide us with new antimicrobial agents

Instead of isolating antimicrobial agent-producing bacteria in laboratories, development is taking a new turn: Now the bacteria must live together just as they do in nature...

05 OCT

Professor Jennifer Martiny seminar

CeMiSt invited talk - Professor Jennifer Martiny on the 22nd of October at 9:00h, building 101, auditorium R3.146, first floor.   The seminar can also be followed...

21 SEP

An untapped source of microbial secondary metabolites

CeMiSt researchers publish a study in the journal mSystems from the American Society of Microbiology and has been selected as “editor’s pick”.

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