Enzyme-based technologies for bioenergy and bioremediation

17 November 2017, 3pm - 4pm
Rountree Room 356, Level 3, Biological Sciences Building D26, UNSW Kensington Campus

Enzyme-based technologies for bioenergy and bioremediation

Event details

When:
17 November 2017, 3pm - 4pm
Where:
Rountree Room 356, Level 3, Biological Sciences Building D26, UNSW Kensington Campus
(Map Ref D26)
Event type:
Seminar
Event open to:
Everyone
Booking is not necessary
 
This seminar will explore Bat-Erdene Jugder’s recent two bacterial enzyme projects on hydrogenase and reductive dehalogenase for biofuel and bioremediation application, respectively. Bat completed his Masters by Research (2011-2013) and PhD in biotechnology (2014-2017), respectively, at School of BABS, UNSW. He is starting his new role as a postdoctoral research scholar at Harvard Medical School in Jan 2018.