Funding

Funding awarded to date

The following is a summary of the outcomes of the Proof of Concept (POC) awards, Business Interaction Vouchers (BIV) and Vacation Students (VS) awarded.

(POC-17) Towards improved bioprocess kinetics for C1 feedstock fermentation in acetogens

Professor Martin Warren, PI University of Kent
Start Date: 01/02/2017
Completed: 31/01/2018
Summary
Case Study

(POC-12) Intensification of CO2/ H2 Fermentations using 02 as Final Electron Acceptor

Professor Alex Conradie, PI The University of Nottingham
Start Date: 13/02/2017
Completed: 12/08/2017
Summary
Case Study

(Vacation Student) A two-stage bioreactor for efficient gas utilisation

Steve Wilkinson, PI University of Chester
Start Date: 01/06/2017
Completed: 01/08/2017
Summary

(Vacation Student) Microbial electrosynthesis of volatile fatty acids from CO2

Claudio Avignone Rossa, PI University of Surrey
Start Date: 01/06/2017
Completed: 01/08/2017
Summary

(Vacation Student) Improving Transformation Frequencies of the acetogen Eubacterium limosum

Nigel Minton, PI University of Nottingham
Start Date: 01/06/2017
Completed: 01/08/2017
Summary

(Vacation Student) Assessing metabolism of C1 halogenated methanes by the extremophile alga Galdieria

Seth Davis, PI University of York
Start Date: 01/06/2017
Completed: 01/08/2017
Summary

(Vacation Student) Optimisation of indole-3-acetate production in Cupriavidus necator H16 using in silico metabolic engineering tools

Alex Conradie, PI University of Nottingham
Start Date: 01/06/2017
Completed: 01/08/2017
Summary

(BIV-01) Cloning and metal analysis of recombinant aldehyde ferredoxin oxidoreductase (AOR)

Professor Martin Warren, PI University of Kent
Start Date: 31/01/2016
Completed: 19/03/2016
Summary
Case Study

(POC-07) Maximising reaction productivity through protein scaffolding with cohesion-dockerin domains

Professor Nigel Minton, PI The University of Nottingham
Start Date: 01/03/2016
Completed: 30/06/2017
Summary
Case Study

(POC-10) Novel aerobic chassis for the conversion of mixed CO/CO2 feedstocks

Dr Klaus Winzer, PI The University of Nottingham
Start Date: 01/03/2016
Completed: 31/03/2017
Summary

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