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Center for Microbial Communities

The Center for Microbial Communities (CMC) was founded in 2013 as an interdisciplinary research center funded by Aalborg University, Danish and German Research councils, the EU and additional support from industry and foundations.

Center for Microbial Communities

OnlineDNA

The goal of the project is to provide novel knowledge and tools for transforming simple wastewater treatment plants into resource producing facilities, and will open numerous avenues for the application of microbial communities to help solve the “grand challenges” of various biotechnologies.

OnlineDNA

EcoDesign MBR

The Centre for Design of Microbial Communities in Membrane Bioreactors will apply a novel approach which determines the identity, function and interactions of key microorganisms in mixed communities involved in selected environmental biotechnological processes.

eCOdesign

RecoverP

The goal of the ReCoverP project is to increase the P recovery from wastewater and transform it into high quality P products that can be used in agriculture and industry.


 

RecoverP

CMT

Center for Membrane Technology (CMT) is located at Department of Chemistry and Bioscience at Aalborg University with offices in Aalborg, Esbjerg and Copenhagen. CMT has approx. 15 researchers working on different aspects of membrane technology.

Center for Membrane Technology

Nomigas

The goal of the NomiGas project is to establish a novel microbiological platform encompassing extensive microbial community analysis, discovery of indicator species and production of a functional genomics catalogue and metabolic models of key organisms.
 

Nomigas