Olga Genilloud (MEDINA) gave a talk with title: Investigación en nuevos antimicrobianos y métodos de diagnóstico innovadores at XXV Congreso ALAPAC/ML-III Congreso SML Chile-XVII Jornada SMLC in Spain in March, 2021
Postdoctoral fellow Tue Sparholt Jørgensen and researcher Kai Blin from DTU Biosustain, Center for Biosustainability, were part of the team who found the Brazilian variant of the coronavirus using the Sanger sequencing protocol which was developed by Tue S. Jørgensen. Read the full article here .
Researchers at DTU Biosustain, Center for Biosustainability and part of the IIMENA project, explained their work contributed to the Covid-19 test samples in the Danish popular newspaper Berlingske. Read the full article here .
On 25th February 2021 at the Novo Nordisk Foundation, professor Tilmann Weber had a pleasure to give a fantastic talk with title Mining soils for drugs – Microbes as source for novel antibiotics as part of the CPH Bioscience lecture. He presented the newest research result from his group at CFB as well as from the IIMENA project where he has a role of coordinator.
Professor Tilmann Weber will be one of the speakers at the CPH Bioscience lecture on 25th February, 2021. This event will be online, therefore registration is mandatory. Please follow the link below and find more inforamtion about the event, the other speakers and much more. Copenhagen Bioscience Lecture: The AMR Challenge.
Olga Genilloud (MEDINA) gave a talk with title: Microbial natural products: still an untapped source for novel antibiotic discovery. at the BSAC/GARDP Antimicrobial Chemotherapy Conference 2021 in February 2, 2021.
Olga Genilloud (MEDINA) gave a invited talk with title: Microbial natural products: still an untapped source for novel antibiotic discovery at the BSAC/GARDP Antimicrobial Chemotherapy Conference 2021.