4 March 2019 - 03 April 2019
The basic concepts of the biorefineries and the contribution of photosynthetic organisms to blue and green biorefineries will be discussed.
Content: Photosynthesis as a starting point for biorefineries; photosynthetic organisms as a source of food, feed, and fuel; bottle-necks and strategies to improve cost-effectiveness of bio-based production systems; detection methods for assessing the value of different end-products (lipids, carotenoids, H2 gas etc).
Responsible teacher: Assoc. Prof. Yagut Allahverdiyeva-Rinne, Molecular Plant Biology, Biochemistry Department, University of Turku
Assoc. Prof. Yagut Allahverdiyeva-Rinne, PhD
University of Turku
Department of Biochemistry
Molecular Plant Biology
Visiting address: Biocity 6th floor
Course venue: University of Turku, Biocity and Pharmacity
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