posts sorted by: Research

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 52. Prospect of new tools??

Defy death – will they ever succeed?

Chemistry vs. bacteria, #51. The story of lefamulin, how not to proceed

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 49. Further along trodden paths?

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 33. Life can be engineered

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 27. Development of penicillin in the Netherlands

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 22. ‘America First’

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 19. The battle of Britain

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 18. Penicillin beats the sulfas!

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 17. The Oxford team

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 11. Pride comes before a fall

Chemistry vs. bacteria, episode 6. Gerhard Domagk and Prontosil, the first sulfa drug

Antibiotics resistance, and how to overcome it

The solutions are here!

Battery recycling: we need to step it up

Traditional Chinese medicine as a source of innovation

Resolve-project develops bio-based alternatives for hazardous solvents

Naturally! Of course. How nature never stops surprising us

New Call for Proposals issued by BBI JU

Biosolar cells: moving forward step by step

Lost in translation: Calls for Proposals are determined by language

Séralini disproven – what will the EU do now?

Rejuvenation through biotechnology, for whom?

The bioscience of immortality

Healthy aging and the science of living forever

Can we engineer life? 2.2 Development of recombinant-DNA technology

New vegetable oil sources for the European oleochemical industry

Cellulose nanofibrils pave the way for biobased 3D printing

Nano3Bio: promising results for chitosan

Innovation is ‘Chefsache’

Scientific fantasy gone wild

No neonics? And then what?

Neonicotinoids and bees: a heated conflict even on data

CRISPR-Cas: a prize winning technology?

Purification of bio-based chemicals on an industrial scale

SynBio is gearing up

Gene technology: the same old story, once more

Roundup discussion: much like the climate debate

Catalysis, the key to the future

Universities of Applied Sciences important for the biobased economy, says Han van Osch

A discovery that could lead to sustainable electronics

Leon Mur: plant ingredients have much potential

Waiting patiently (until the biobased economy has passed away)!?

TKI BBE presents research agenda

Psychology of innovation: biotechnology should learn to listen!

Marine biotechnology: major opportunities, many obstacles

The plight of the innovative SME, the case of SeaLife Pharma

Trust is the basis of successful R&D

Wood fibres stronger than steel

Joe Ross (Biorenewables Development Centre): businesses can work with us to start straight away

The Bioprocess Pilot Facility in Delft

Jan van Hest: ‘Synthetic biology and chemical biology develop common ground’

Open-source biotech receives support from US Supreme Court

Green Chemistry Campus: at the intersection of agriculture and chemistry

Piezoelectricity, for a world using less resources

Huub de Groot: artificial photosynthesis is going to be the backbone of energy supply

Thin film PV maintains its rapid development pace

Stressed LED algae produce more oil

Petrol from water and air, sense and nonsense

Long live Europe, trend 7: Europe was, is and will remain one of the most important producers of scientific knowledge in the world

The carbon dioxide economy, the next revolution in chemistry


Lignin, new opportunities

Top sector policy, a mission impossible?

Carbohydrate Competence Centre (CCC) takes 70% of all living matter as its research object

Enzymatic polymerisation. New!