• 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.

iFermenter, 3rd year Consortium meeting

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Despite the Covid-19 situation, our project teams met (online) to discuss the advances, challenges and strategies in our project, evaluating the first 3 years of the project. We coordinated the activities that are coming for the next year. We look … Continued

Successful upscaling experiments

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Our partners at the BBEPP, together with other partners in the iFermenter team have ran upscaling experiments. The antimicrobial production was tested and upscaled from mL scales to laboratory 2-3L scales, and then to 150 L steel container scale in … Continued

A new patent filed

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The iFermenter teams have filed a patent application, C. glutamicum as a platform that produces antimicrobials. The patent application number 2105707.0 was filed 21 April 2021, comprising the main work of iFermenter: to convert residual sugars into high value antimicrobial peptides.  We … Continued

iFermenter digital Conference

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iFermenter conference meeting was supposed to take place in the beautiful city of Wien, Austria during 15-16th June 2020. Despite the Corovid-19 situation, we successfully held a digital meeting during 2 days with around 30-40 participants, discussing the challenges of … Continued