Image of a woman showing a sample of biomaterials
Photocredits by TU Graz, Lunghammer
Image of a woman showing a sample of biomaterials
Photocredits by TU Graz, Lunghammer
Participants of the successful PhD Workshop on Renewable Biotechnology in February 2024 at TU Graz
Participants of the successful PhD Workshop on Renewable Biotechnology in February 2024 at TU Graz - Photocredits by TU Graz, Robert Kourist
Unite! Engineering Biology matchmaking event
Image of a woman showing a sample of biomaterials
Photocredits by TU Graz, Lunghammer
Scheduled for September 11, 2024, the online Unite! Engineering Biology initiative aims to unite researchers from all the partner universities to advance key technologies and sustainable processes.

In the dynamic world of biotechnology, biosciences, and chemistry, Unite! fosters collaboration and innovative networking as it drives joint proposal initiatives through an upcoming online matchmaking event to help us move towards a net-zero society. 

Biotechnology and Synthetic Biology are key to developing sustainable processes that use carbon dioxide and biomass as future resources across many industries. The upcoming matchmaking event serves as a platform for scientific exchange and collaboration among Unite! researchers specializing in biotechnology, biosciences, and chemistry.  

The team behind the successful seed fund project in 2023, including members such as Robert Kourist from TU Graz, Christian Schnepel and Per Berglund from KTH, Heribert Warzecha from TU Darmstadt, and Lukasz Berlicki from Wroclaw Tech, invites participants of the matchmaking event to present their activities and recent research highlights in short 10-minute presentations, followed by discussions. Breakout sessions will facilitate networking and collaboration opportunities for those interested in launching Unite! seed fund proposals and other initiatives. 

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Participants of the successful PhD Workshop on Renewable Biotechnology in February 2024 at TU Graz
Participants of the successful PhD Workshop on Renewable Biotechnology in February 2024 at TU Graz - Photocredits by TU Graz, Robert Kourist