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Exploration of microbial systems as biocatalysts for conversion of synthesis gas to bio-based chemicals
Group: Wageningen University, Microbiology
Promotor: Prof.dr.ir. A.J.M. Stams
Co-promotor: Dr. D.Z. Machado de Sousa
Syngas fermentation is a process capable of processing gaseous substrate via bacterial fermentation into commodity chemicals and fuels. Gas fed to the fermentation process can be obtained from a wide variety of sources, including off-gasses from industry, gasification of solid carbon wastes (e.g. municipal waste, lignocellulosic biomass) or gas derived from electrochemical reduction/physicochemical reduction processes.
By September we will present an overview of SENSE dissertations on this page, with links to the full texts of the dissertations.