Amelia: On the 27th of January I will visit the Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment in Oldenburg, Germany to speak about direct interspecies electron transfer and methanogens. Very excited to meet new and old friends and/or collaborators in Oldenburg.
From February 15th we will welcome our new team member – Dr. Satoshi Kawaichi from RIKEN biofunctional catalyst research team, Tokyo, Japan. Satoshi will work on microbial influenced iron corrosion. We are very excited to meet and work with Satoshi from 2016 onwards.
Amelia will give a talk entitled “Electric interspecies interactions” for the Departmental lecture series 2015/16 at the Biology Department, University of Southern Denmark. The 1 hour lecture is followed by drinks, snacks and hopefully lots of very interesting discussions.
We are looking for a lab technician to assist our lab with studies on microbial electrosynthesis and microbial influenced iron corrosion. By the end of the year the group will consist of 2 PhD students, 1 postdoc, and the PI. We expect an academic technician and a lab technician to