• NTNU, Norway
    Coordinates the iFermenter project.
  • We produce antimicrobials
    Nisin is an important antimicrobial that protects food from pathogens.
  • iFermenter promotes circular economy
    We will exploit by-products from forestry.
  • Corynebacterium
    These cell factories are safe and effective microbes.
  • Borregaard, Norway
    Norway's largest bio-refinery.
  • We exploit by-products
    The microbes will consume sugars from pulp industry.

Work package 1 successful meeting

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The groups that are involved in work package one held a meeting on 9th of august 2018. They presented and shared expertise and initial data, and intensively discussed and planned WP1 and WP2 (analytics, strain characteristics and design) with experiments … Continued

Start-up dinner

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  We celebrate starting the project at the Vertshuset Grenaderen Kongsgårdsgata 1E, 7013 Trondheim See the MAP. We meet outside the restaurant at 19.15. Looking forward meeting you all there.