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  Research in the field of Environmental Bioengineering  
aims to provide key biotechnology for the purpose of
cooperative development of artificial and natural
environments. Our main approaches include analysis of
the mechanisms and engineering principles of microbial
and the related processes pertaining to environment,
health,resources and energy by use of advanced tools achieved in modern sciences
and biotechnology, and developing new technology and intensified bioprocesses
for effective degradation of substances and clean production systems. The current
research topics are listed as follows:
1. Petrochemical wastewater treatment by integration of aerobic and anaerobic
microbes
2. Development of new wastewater treatment biotechnology capable of on-site
degradation of excess biomass
3. Rapid breeding of microbes for degradation of hazardous chemicals and their
application to bioremediation technology
4. Removal of metal pulluents and PAHs by electric field enhanced bioremediation
5. Mechanism of aquatic biofilm formation and its safety control
6. Rapid analysis and construction of a microbial cells network for the purpose of
multifunctional clean biocatalysis
7. Biotechnology for Production of bioenergy from biomass.
Protein...
Biocatalysis...
Cell culture...
Biomedical...
Bioseperation...
Environmental...
   
 
   
  Research Group: Fuxin Ding , Zheng Liu, Xinhui Xing, Minlian Zhang
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