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    Progresses in Microalgal Attached Biofilm Cultivation Technology | 2015-06-23

      Attached biofilm cultivation has been the hotspot of microalgae cultivation technology, which has demonstrated very high biomass productivity. However, it is still unknown why the culture of microalgae has high photosynthesis efficiency.
      Recently, Prof. LIU Tianzhong and his research tea...more
    Monitoring Alkane Synthesis Using a Genetically Assembled Fluorescent Biosensor | 2015-06-10

      Producing aliphatic hydrocarbon biofuels using microorganisms has been an attractive idea since the discovery of the natural alkane-producing species and various alkane synthesis pathways. Though many efforts have been made to improve the hydrocarbon productivities of the recombinant microbi...more
    QIBEBT Develops a Novel Inducible Genetic Operation System for Clostridium | 2015-06-10

      Clostridium cellulolyticum and other cellulolytic clostridium strains can degrade lignocellulose and produce lignocellulosic biofuels and chemicals. The Metabolomics Group of Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology (QIBEBT) is working towards the construction of clostridial ...more
    Simultaneous Accumulation of Neutral Lipids and Biomass in Microalgae | 2015-06-09

      Microalgal triacylglycerols (TAGs) are one of the most promising feedstocks for biofuel production. By systematically analyzing the lipid accumulation and metabolic mechanism of microalgae, the Metabolomics Group in Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology (QIBEBT) achieved t...more
    CAS-QIBEBT Researchers Advocate for Exploiting Power of Phytohormones in Microalgal Biotechnology | 2015-05-02

      Phytohormones are a class of signaling molecules that are produced intrinsically in plants. In higher plants, phytohormones are usually synthesized in one location and then transported to another location, exerting their physiological effects at extremely low concentrations. Although they ar...more
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