Movie by TU Graz Language: English Target group: 16+ Due to their capability to utilize CO2 and convert it into O2 (photosynthesis) they are very interesting for biotechnological purposes. Therefore, those Cyanobacteria need to be
Movie: Ignacio Monte-Serrano, Daniel Komuczki and Narges Lali show how they came to be part of CODOBIO and give a short insight into their work …
Movie: In the EU-project HOTZYMES, this is achieved by coupling enzymes to magnetic nanoparticles to individually control their optimal temperature by using a new generation of magnetic bioreactors.
Movie: Get insights into microbiome research and discover that the microbiome is fundamental for plants and contain an amazing set of molecules, such as volatiles that can be used for sustainable agriculture …
Live: Open Knowledge Maps is dedicated to increasing the visibility of scientific knowledge for science and society alike.
Colouring-Booklet: Microbes are everywhere in the food chain. Most of the time they have a health benefit for us humans and the habitat in which they live.
Movie: Bad felt vs. good felt! In the felt project of the Institute for Environmental Biotechnology at the Graz University of Technology, there is war on the plant front …
Movie: The Life Sciences industry is entering a phase of radical change. Technology-driven trends powered by data and AI are transforming healthcare delivery to increase value. In this sense, data acts as an enabler to connect science and technology in a meaningful way, empowering patients and encouraging collaboration between participating parties.
Movie: Are we alone in the universe? Since the time of mankind, we have been asking ourselves where we come from and where we are going and whether we are alone in the universe.
Movie: Eva Binder, Karin Schaupp and Joachim Seipelt will provide insights into the numerous career paths in the life sciences based on their CVs and experience.