Home:

Foto DNA: © quimono – pixabay.com

 

Research:

Cows and bacteria:

Foto cows: © Jonatan Rundblad – stock.adobe.com

Foto bacteria: © Matthew McIntosh

 

Talking bacteria: 

Foto dots: © Matthew McIntosh

Foto telephone: © AA+W – stock.adobe.com

 

Plastic waste: 

Foto biodegradable: © Olivier Le Moal – stock.adobe.com

Foto plastic waste: © vchalup – stock.adobe.com

 

Biodegradable Plastic:

Foto wheat stubs: © Comofoto – stock.adobe.com

Foto bacteria: © Matthew McIntosh

 

News:

Foto – Curdlan is a classical bacterial product used in industry. How do bacteria use it?: © Matthew McIntosh, Jan Will / https://jw-studio.de/ 

Foto – Curdlan growth on plant extract, © Jan Will / https://jw-studio.de/ 

 

Interview with Urs Hänggi, Biomer – http://www.biomer.de/

Foto -Interview with Urs Hänggi, Biomer: pixabay.com (free)

 

Foto-‘Is it possible???’: pixabay.com (free)

 

Foto-Turning local agricultural waste into bioplastic: pixabay.com (free)

 

Foto-Patent filed: © quimono – pixabay.com

 

Foto-Time to update the biology text books — bacteria in shock: pixabay.com (free)

 

Foto-Microplastic in our food and water: pixabay.com (free)

 

Foto-How can we use waste for PHB production?: pixabay.com (free)

 

Foto-High producer mutant–genetic alteration causes four times higher PHB production: © Matthew McIntosh

 

Foto-Bioplastic from food waste: pixabay.com (free)

 

Foto-Industry-led solutions to the problem of plastic: pixabay.com (free)

 

Foto-Plastic recycling for clean pyrolysis oil: pixabay.com (free)

 

About me: 

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FAQ:

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Kontakt

Sind Sie daran interessiert, an der Lösung eines großen Problems der Welt mitzuwirken?

Haben Sie Fragen oder Anregungen?

Dann nehmen Sie bitte Kontakt mit mir auf.

Ich freue mich über Ihre Ideen oder Fragen.

 

matthew.mcintosh@mikro.bio.uni-giessen.de

Tel.: +49 (0)641 99-35557

Contact

Are you interested in helping to solve a major problem of the world?
Do you have any questions or comments?
Then please contact me.
I welcome your ideas or questions.

 

 matthew.mcintosh@mikro.bio.uni-giessen.de

 

Tel.: +49 (0)641 99-35557