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    Computer Aided Rational Design Provides a New Tool to Improve Protein Thermostability | 2013-08-06
    The ability to design thermostable proteins offers enormous potential for the development of novel protein bioreagents. In a recent work by Dr. YAO Lishan and his colleagues at Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology (QIBEBT), a combined computational and experimental method was ...more
    QIBEBT Develops Advanced Biomass Materials for Energy Storage | 2013-07-08
    The renewable biomass materials have important application prospect in the field of sustainable energy materials. In the vast blue ocean, there are abundant of seaweed polysaccharides, chitin and other biomass materials. Based on these marine biomass materials, high performance energy materials h...more
    QIBEBT Develops Novel Glucose Biosensor Based on Yeast Surface Displaying Enzyme | 2013-06-27

      The conventional enzyme-based electrode requires immobilization process, which often result in low immobilization efficiency, enzyme activity loss, enzyme leakage and high cost, and have become the bottleneck in the area of enzyme-based biosensor and biofuel cell. The major advantage in the ...more
    Photosynthetic Production of Alka(e)ne Biofuels by Cyanobacteria | 2013-06-18
    Alka(e)ne biofuels are one of the best replacement for fossil-based fuels, because alka(e)nes are drop-in biofuels with the merits such as high-energy density, low hygroscopicity and volatility, and compatibility with current engines and transportation facilities. Considering that cyanobacteria a...more
    Exploring the photosynthetic production capacity of sucrose by cyanobacteria | 2013-06-06

      Because cyanobacteria are photosynthetic, fast-growing microorganisms that can accumulate sucrose under salt stress, they have a potential application as a sugar source for the biomass-derived production of renewable fuels and chemicals.
      Researchers from Metabolic Engineering Group at Qi...more
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