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This conference is organised by PhD candidates and staff members of the SENSE research group Microbiology (WUR).
Biogas technology offers unique possibilities to tackle several environmental issues, i.e. energy production, waste treatment, and nutrient recycling. A complex microbial network is involved in the biogas production process, and knowledge on the genetics and physiology of these microorganisms and metabolic interactions in this network is essential for efficient and stable biogas production from waste sources. The Biogas Microbiology Conference offers a common ground for bioprocess engineers and microbiologists to share their knowledge, and gives the opportunity to discuss and focus on important recent developments in biogas microbiology.
This conference is the 3rd of a series of conferences on biogas microbiology (Leipzig, Germany in 2011, and Uppasala, Sweden in 2014). This year, it will be organized at Wageningen University since it has a long history in research on biogas processes, both considering microbiology and process technology.
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