Jennifer Lehmann will work on the development and organisation of an online learning program that is part of the Hamburg Open Online University (HOOU). Additionally, she will help in the organisation of diverse Kinderforscher school projects.
The innovation alliance protP.S.I. released their website. In this alliance, several TUHH institutes are involved. The research focuses on proteins under pressure to improve biocatalytic processes.
The website can be found here:
A recent news report by the German-language television network 3sat focused on the long-term effects of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska from 1989. They published an article with a news clip. In the clip, Prof. Dr. Andreas Liese was consulted as expert discussing the effects of oil spills on the microbial communities and their role in oil degradation.
The news article can be read on the website of 3sat.
Prof. Dr. Liese appears at around 1 min into the news clip.
The Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative wrote a portrait article about our PhD student Steffen Hackbusch.
Prof. Dr. Andreas Liese gave a lecture at the conference for STEM teachers (Konferenz für MINT-Lehrkräfte) in Hamburg on June 27, 2018. The lecture was titled “Biokatalyse an der Grenze von Chemie, Biologie und Verfahrenstechnik” (~”Biocatalysis at the interface between Chemistry, Biology and Process Engineering”).
In the scope of this conference, the lecture was recorded and was now made available online to watch.
The Hamburg Open Online University (HOOU) stands for the idea of the availability of cross-university online learning material with academic standard for people with interest in academic education. In this HOOU interview, Prof. Dr. Andreas Liese was asked about his passion: teaching bioprocess engineering.
Marlene Schmalle will work on bioprocesses under high-pressure for new fields of application. There, she will evaluate if the continuous high-pressure syntheses can be applied on different enzyme classes and organic phases.
Max Kschowak will focus on the investigation of bacterial communities from deep-sea sediments that degrade crude oil and methane using high-pressure reactors. Welcome!