Florian Berner

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Microalgae are promising candidates for recycling of carbon dioxide (CO2) into renewable bioproducts. However, the low biomass concentration of current suspension culture systems leads to high water requirements, inefficient harvesting and high liquid transportation costs. Despite ongoing research, these still propose a challenge to the economic viability(More)
Biological samples are vulnerable to degradation from the time they are collected until they are analysed at the laboratory. Biological contaminants, such as bacteria, fungi, and enzymes, as well as environmental factors, such as sunlight, heat, and humidity, can increase the rate of DNA degradation. Currently, DNA samples are normally dried or frozen to(More)
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