Bioeconomy Science Center
Forschung und Kooperation für nachhaltige BioÖkonomie

Bioeconomy Science Center
Forschung und Kooperation für nachhaltige BioÖkonomie

Abgeschlossene BioSC Projekte




Participating and Integration of Research Areas
CoSens Genetically encoded biosensors for dynamic and quantitative sensing of metabolic cofactors in subcellular compartments    
C4-PSH C4 Plant Selective Herbicides: A New Approach to Combat C4 Weeds in Arable Crops    
DiPro Dirigent Proteins in Bioeconomy    
Econ-BioSC Biomass flows and technological innovation in the bioeconomy: A global scenario analysis      
EnZIP Enzymatische Zellwandmodifikation in Pflanzen zur verbesserten Biomassenutzung    
EtMeD Development of an ethylene measuring device for ethylene receptor characterization of plants    
FlowCom Everything in Flow – New Compartments for Cascade Reactions    
GreenGel Bifunctional Nanogel- based Fertilizers for Controlled Nutrition of Plants        
LIPANO Glucosinolate break-down products as modifiers of soil fungal lipids, protein profiles and allelopathy: Impacts on nodulation, mycorrhiza and growth of Fabaceae        
MisQual Genotype and environment as driving factors for quality of lignocelluloses from Miscanthus as raw material for industry    
MoniCon Establishing online-methodology to monitor growth of single species in fungal consortia        
MoRe-Plants Towards Alkaloids: Monooxygenases from Plants in Reaction Cascades  
NovoSurf Identification of novel natural microbial surfactants    
OrCaCel OrganoCat plant & pulping combinations for the full valorization of lignocellulose from perennial plants from marginal land  
PNP-EXPRESS Discovery and microbial production of
natural products from plants
ROXENSE Efficient Redox sensing and engineering for optimization of biocatalysis        
TPOT A proof of concept for an E. coli hydroxylation platform with efficient terpene/terpenoid translocation through the outer membrane    

Improving plant biomass conversion by Ustilago maydis for sustainable production of platform chemicals


Defining optimum growth conditions for Ustilago maydis to increase the production of recombinant proteins