An interview with Dr Roel Meulepas about the BioElectroMET project was published in the Horizon Magazine of the EU. You can read it here.New review article
BioElectroMET researchers from Linnaeus University and Wetsus published an overview article of the use of extremophilic microorganisms in bioelectrochemical systems in FEMS reviews microbiology. The full paper can be found here.Pau Rodenas presents at ISMET 2015
Wetsus and BioElectroMET researcher Pau Rodenas presents the latest finding on using hydrogen as electron donor for copper recovery at the international ISMET 2015 in Tempe, Arizona, USA.
BioelectroMET participated in the 2nd European regional meeting of the International Society for Microbial Electrochemistry and Technologies (EU-ISMET).
|Annemiek ter Heijne from wageningen University gave an invited lecture about the recent advances in the project.|
|Mira Sulonen of Tampere University of Technology presented her results on using alternative electron donors for metal recovery.|
|And Pau Rodenas from Wetsus was given the opportunaty to pitch his poster on high rate metal recovery and power production.|
Mark Dopson (Lnu) gave a presentation on The Microbiology of Electricity Generation by Acidophilic Microorganisms during the 10th International Congress on Extremophiles, September 7-11, 2014, Saint Petersburg (RU).
|On March 20 & 21, 2014, we had a fruitful meeting in Tampere|
Event on Electrically and Light-Driven Biosyntheses
Tom Sleutels from Wetsus presented on Resource recovery in bioelectrochemical systems during an event about New Bioproduction Systems: Electrically and Light-Driven Biosyntheses. The event took place on November 11, 2013, in Frankfurt am Main (DE).Innovatie-Estafette 2013
Wetsus had a stand with technology demonstration devices, about the BioelectroMET, ValueFromUrine and CapMix projects at the Innovatie-estafette 2013 on November 12, 2013, at the Rai in Amsterdam (NL).Symposium on microbial and enzymatic electrocatalysis
The Francqui Symposium on Recent advances in microbial and enzymatic electrocatalysis will take place on November 22, 2013, in Ghent (BE). The symposium is organised by LabMET, VITO and BioelectroMET.
Mark Dopson from Linnaeus University will give a presentation on the Microbiology of Electricity Generation by Acidophilic Microorganisms.
Roel Meulpeas from Wetsus presented on Water Technology for Metal Recovery during the Copper Internation Conference on December 1-4, 2013, in Santiago (Chile).EuroMinning trade fair
Tampere University of Technology had a stand about BioelectroMET during the EuroMinning trade fair on September 11-12, 2013, in Tampare (FI).LCM 2013
Antonino Marvuglia from Public Research Centre Henri Tudor presented on LCA of innovative technologies: bioelectrochemical systems for metals recovery from metallurgical waste streams at the 6th International Conference on Life Cycle Management on August 25-28, 2013, in Gothenburg (SE).New BioelectroMET paper
Mark Dopson (Lnu) and colleagues published in FEMS Microbiology Ecology on the Microbial community potentially responsible for acid and metal release from an Ostrobothnian acid sulfate soil.PlantPower Symposium
Pau Rodenas Motos, BioelectroMET researcher at Wetsus, won the best poster award during the 2nd International PlantPower Symposium in November 2012 in Wageningen (NL).Wetsus Congress 2012
Tom Sleutels, BioelectroMET researcher at Wetsus, gave a platform presentation at the Wetsus Congress 2012 in October 2012 in Leeuwarden (NL) on Bioelectrochemical metal recovery.EU-ISMET conference
Tom Sleutels, BioelectroMET researcher at Wetsus, gave a keynote presentation at the Eu-ISMET conference in September 2012 in Ghent (BE) on Bioelectrochemical systems for resource recovery: copper.