Department seminars - IBT

Every Wednesday, the Department of Biotechnology and Food Science arranges a lunch seminar that is actually a mixture of three different series: PhD is for our PhD candidates presenting their plans at startup, or their work as it ended close to dissertation. Pro is for professors and professionals presenting their own work or some topic within their own field of expertise. Since top class biotechnology is performed at a multitude of Departments at NTNU, people from outside is often invited. Moreover, there are exciting studies going on at NTNU far off our own field of science that should also be of major interest. Finally, series Asp = "annet spennende" may include anything else of exciting studies or hobbies with a touch of science or culture. So watch out!

Time: Every Wednesday 12:15 - 13:00.

Location: Lunch room 069 - Kjemiblokk III/IV.

Language is indicated by the language of the title

IBT lunch seminars SPRING 2024

Dato Uke Serie Navn og tittel
10/1   2 Pro Jelena Stupar: Mechanism and influence of lactic acid bacteria on the safety and quality of fresh salmon
17/1   3 PostPhD Ingvild Haug, Equinor: From bio to oil
24/1   4 Pro Mentz Indergaard: A history of the term ‘polymer’ and its derivatives in the 19'th century. - A foray into the grammatical linguistics of chemistry
31/1   5 Pro Daniela Sueldo: Stress and death responses in plants
  7/2   6 Pro Thorsten Hamann, Dep. Biology NTNU: Plant cell wall integrity at the crossroads of plant defence, mechanics and making a difference
14/2   7 Asp Kjetill Østgaard: Kritikk av den sunne fornuft
21/2   8 Pro Sofie Snipstad, Dep. Phys. NTNU: Nanomedicine and ultrasound for targeted treatment of cancer and brain diseases - from lab to clinic
28/2   9 Pro Geir Slupphaug, Dep. Clin. Mol. Med. NTNU: The Nobel Prize in medicine 2023 and the path to effective mRNA vaccines
  6/3 10 PhD Vivien Jessica Klein: Metabolic engineering of industrially relevant strains for the production of riboflavin from sustainable feedstocks
13/3 11 Pro Fernando Perez Garcia: The WeedNERY project: seaweed as alternative microbial feedstock
20/3 12 Pro Clifford  George Kentros, Kavli Inst. Syst. Neurosci.: Designing enhancer-based viral vectors to probe the neural circuitry of memory
----- 13 ------  - Easter -
  3/4 14 PhD Mina Gravdahl: A chemo-enzymatic method for preparation of saturated oligosaccharides from uronic acid-containing polysaccharides 
10/4 15 Pro Thomas Brück, TU Munich: - Title to be submitted later - 
17/4 16    
24/4 17 Pro Stefan Junne, Aalborg Universitet/TU Berlin: The potential of bioproduction grids for microbial processes
  1/5 18 ------ May Day
  8/5   Pro Cathrine Broberg Vågbø, Dep. Clin. Mol. Med. NTNU: The importance of being modified: chemical RNA modification in health and disease
15/5   Pro Swapnil Bhujbal, AcademicLabs: Post-IBT experience and open innovation
22/5   PhD Fernando Fernando: - Title to be submitted later -

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