Surface active agents may play a crucial role in bioelectrochemical systems – they may boost their power and interact with bacteria. Check out our first review in this upcoming field of bioelectrochemistry. A great collaboration with Miriam Rosenbaum from Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology and Theresia Desy Askitosari from University of Surabaya.
See our newest insights in understanding of the structure and composition effects on MFC behaviour published in Energies. It’s a joint effort with Bristol BioEnergy Centre and Laboratory of Artificial Biology (University of Trento).
Our new paper with Bristol BioEnergy Centre has just been released in Scientific Reports. We were investigating the suscpectibility of important infectious disease carrier – Hepatitis B to removal in microbial fuel cell system. It appeared, that both surface and core proteins of the viral structure can be destroyed in bioelectrochemical systems!