Targeted genetic channel modifications can protect hydrogen-producing enzymes from harmful oxygen.
The academic celebration in the conference center and the following festivity in the botanical garden for the graduates of biology and biotechnology this year was arranged by the Photobiotechnology group.
The 13th International Conference on Hydrogenases took place at the end of June.
RUB rector Martin Paul accompanied Hendrik Wüst for a week and took the opportunity to visit three Japanese partner universities of the Ruhr University.
After a pandemic break, the world's largest conference on the green alga Chlamydomonas finally returned at the beginning of June.
Old Yellow Enzymes have been known for almost 100 years, but their function in organisms has remained largely in the dark. A Bochum-based research team published first findings on microalgae.
A genetic modification can make enzymes that produce hydrogen more stable.
Bochum biology intensifies German-Japanese cooperation for the production of literally green hydrogen.
The Photobiotechnology work group congratulates Lingling Liu and Andreas Rutz on obtaining their doctoral degrees!
The toxic cyanide molecule attacks enzymes, but also provides new insights into catalysis.