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Bioprocess Engineering

Planets Smart Bioproduction Grids PAT High Throughput Bioprocess Development Biocatalysis Molecular Genetics Joint Lab Bioelectronis


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The 6th International BioProScale Symposium 2021 will take place online between 29th and 31st of March!
The call for papers and registration for the next BioProScale is open!

More information can be found here.

The symposium is targeted at experts from research & development and industrial practice in the industrial bioprocessing of pharmaceuticals, food, feed and renewables. 

All people, from industry and academia, involved in bioprocess development, scale up and scale down for the production of pharmaceuticals, bulk and fine chemicals, food and feed are highly welcome to join!
1st AVARE Expert Workshop Food waste as feedstock for a value-adding bioproduction, February 11th
The European project AVARE “Adding VAlue in Resource Effective food systems” (www.susfood-avare.com )conducts an online expert workshop series in February and March.

The first workshop on February 11th between 2.00 and 3.30 pm will be dedicated to food waste valorization through dark fermentation and subsequent monocultivation for DHA production. It aims thus to show examples for a circular bioeconomy.

Program and information for registration (pdf-file)



Das kiwi-biolab hat seine Arbeit aufgenommen.
Am 1.5.20 startete am FG Bioverfahrenstechnik eines von drei BMBF geförderte KI-Zukunftslaboren, das kiwi-biolab. In einem internationalen und interdisziplinären Team werden neue Methoden für die Entwicklung neuer biotechnologischer Produkte entwickelt.

Website: www.kiwi.tu-berlin.de

Presse: BMBF | TU Berlin




We aim to advance bioprocess scale-up and scale-down, process analytical technologies (PAT), dynamic modelling and optimisation, automated bioprocess development, cell and systems biology applied to microbial bioprocesses and biocatalysis applications.

Our research at the Chair of Bioprocess Engineering led by Professor Dr. Peter Neubauer aims to the development and application of new methods for faster bioprocess development, including genetic, cultivation, and analytical tools with a special focus on the industrial scale. All these aspects are addressed in our education.

We are especially interested in understanding the impact of reactor inhomogeneities on the microbial metabolism and adaptation, both affecting process robustness. This knowledge is applied to design molecular biological and process engineering solutions and thus our research contributes to the understanding and improvement of microbial processes of both fundamental and industrial interests.

By combining state-of-the-art cultivation, sensor and data analysis, automation, and mechanistic modelling technologies with molecular biological and physiological techniques, we contribute to improve the efficiency of bioprocesses and thus to the societal advancement of Industrial Biotechnology. 

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