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    Novel Strategy in thermophilic fermentation of ethanol revealed by QIBEBT | 2011-10-26
    The ability to simultaneously utilize pentose and hexose has been a crucial goal in the production of cellulosic biofuels. On October 13th, PLoS Genetics online published a research article “The thermoanaerobacter glycobiome reveals mechanisms of pentose and hexose co-utilization in bacteria” b...more
    QIBEBT Develops Nanostructured Mixed Conducting Materials for Energy Storage | 2011-09-07
    The exploration of high-performance electrode materials for electrochemical energy storage system has aroused increasing scientific interests. Professor CUI Guanglei, group leader of Biomimetics Energy and System Group at Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technologyand his research gr...more
    Metagenomics Research Platform Established in QIBEBT | 2011-07-25
    Metagenome refers to the sum of all genetic information existing in an environmental sample; it consists of the genomes of many individual organisms. Metagenomics bypasses the need for isolation or cultivation of microbes, thus enables studies into the unculturable. Metagenomics has been a powerf...more
    The progress in the synthesis of diazocines as a potential building block for artificial muscles | 2011-01-31
    Recently, the lead of Biobased Polymer Group, Professor WAN Xiaobo from Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology made considerable progress in the synthesis of diazocines---a potential building block for artificial muscles.
      Diazocine is anti-aromatic and adopts boat conformati...more
    A new progress in amide 1H CSA study | 2010-09-03
    Dr. Lishan Yao from QIBEBT and Dr. Ad Bax from NIH jointly published a paper titled “The impact of hydrogen bonding on amide 1H chemical shift anisotropy studied by cross-correlated relaxation and liquid crystal NMR spectroscopy.” in Journal of the American Chemical Society (132, 10866-10875, 2...more
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