Our story

We investigate how to harness microbial metabolisms in order to produce fossil fuel free renewable resources and control harmful microbial processes. For these purposes, we look at extracellular electron transfer for energy metabolism in various microorganisms.

The main questions that keep us up at night are:

Answering these questions will impact our understanding of:

  • global biogeochemical cycling of elements
  • monitoring and prevention of iron corrosion of useful infrastructure like for example oil and gas pipes, storage containers carrying pollutants or radionuclids
  • future biotechnologies and biorefineries for recovery of renewable resources (biogas, renewable energy) into valuable chemicals

Specialties:

Environmental microbiology, microbial metabolism, extracellular electron transfer, biorecovery, bioremediation, sustainable biotechnology, biogas, bioenergy, corrosion monitoring and prevention.


Words we live by: 

“The deepest sin against the human mind is to believe things without evidence.” – Aldous Huxley
“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.” – Albert Einstein
“A new scientific theory does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.” – Max Planck


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Recent Posts

The electromicrobiome of oxygen minimum zones and its biogeochemical significance

The electromicrobiome of oxygen minimum zones and its biogeochemical significance

Oona presented some of her work at the Goldschmidt conference in Paris, and at the workshop in marin[...]
Paola in the USA

Paola in the USA

At the beginning of August, Paola went for a three-month environment exchange to UMASS Amherst where[...]
Return

Return

Both Mon and I returned to SDU after our journeys abroad. I returned after a 6 months research st[...]
Visiting US collaborators

Visiting US collaborators

At the beginning of August, I gave talks on direct interspecies electron transfer at the University [...]
Geomicrobiology meeting and Redox Meeting in Manchester UK

Geomicrobiology meeting and Redox Meeting in Manchester UK

It's been a pleasure to give a keynote talk at the Geomicrobiology Network Research in Progress meet[...]

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