The next step towards usable microbial bioelectrochemical sensors?

@inproceedings{Arends2018TheNS,
  title={The next step towards usable microbial bioelectrochemical sensors?},
  author={Jan B A Arends},
  booktitle={Microbial biotechnology},
  year={2018}
}
Microbial bioelectrochemical systems have been in the full spotlight for over a decade due to the promise of being a platform for sustainable electrical power generation from wastewaters. This promise has not yet been fulfilled, but the research on bioelectrochemical systems (BES) has received a tremendous boost (Schr€ oder, 2011; Arends and Verstraete, 2012). The field has diversified into exploring various configurations of BESs for energy production/storage, bioremediation/waste cleanup and… CONTINUE READING
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