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20.04.2020 |

Qualifying exam: Benjamin Smed Korsgaard

The Conductive Machinery of Cable Bacteria.

Josephine Ward and Henrik Høi Liboriussen
Michael Lund, Sarah Jannie de Roode and Judith van der Giessen
Ugo Marzocchi

21.02.2020 |

New people

Welcome to 5 students and welcome back to 1 postdoc.

08.01.2020 |

Bacteria discovery changes our understanding of the world

It’s easy to overlook what you’re not expecting to see. This was…

Illustration of the idea behind BIOMAP. Cable bacteria transport electrons over centimeter distances, connecting a sulfide oxidizing reaction with an oxygen reducing reaction, which results in electric potential differences in the environment. This has been shown in sea and lake sediment, and if cable bacteria in a similar way connect the chemical energy in a patch of soil pollution with the oxygen in the soil above, electric potential differences can be detected on the soil surface. This idea is supported by pilot experiments and the BIOMAP consortium will turn the idea into a new cheap and non-intrusive method for soil pollution mapping. (Illustration: Lars Riis Damgaard)

18.12.2019 |

Electric bacteria will show the way to soil contamination

In a new collaborative project called BIOMAP, researchers, the…

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Arrangementer

ons 24 mar
08:00-20:00 | Aarhus, Denmark
Electromicrobiology 2021
International conference on electromicrobiology
ons 12 maj
12:31-15:00 | Aarhus
DNRF Follow up meeting

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ons 24 mar
08:00-20:00 | Aarhus, Denmark
Electromicrobiology 2021
International conference on electromicrobiology
ons 12 maj
12:31-15:00 | Aarhus
DNRF Follow up meeting