• 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.

We are hiring!

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Several PhD and Post doctoral positions are available in our consortium. Please contact positions@ifermenter.eu for inquiry.