Analysis and Control of Microbial Systems

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Microbial scaffolding research deals with an area of science that indicates microbial nature. On the other hand, the control of such framework conditions is a fundamental instrument in the applied innovation field of environmental biotechnology. In the soul of NTNU, we have combined these two areas of science and innovation. in a single dynamic encounter: Microbial biology can be characterized as the logical study of collaborations and ground rules that determine the distribution and abundance of microorganisms, making them an essential stage for studying biological problems as a basis for improving new advances. in microbial biology can be main or applied in nature, as in the case of ecological biotechnology. The main points of interest in microbial nature are: restrictive elements for basic cycles and large organic units clear evidence of collaborations key biotics construction and capacity of food web screen biotechnology is the use of biotechnology to address natural problems, both essentially climatic (e.g. bioremediation) and in man-made biological systems (e.g. sewage treatment plants). In open environments, this must be achieved through the application of standards and the support of the nearby microbiota on a system of “accompanying” rather than “defeating” them. At a fundamental level, green biotechnology can include: Sewage purification and waste treatment More natural choice and cardiovascular system Environmentally friendly option and elements While microbial biology seek to understand microbial biological systems, ecological biotechnology seek to control them and what we can do more “uncharacteristic” or “uncharacteristic” mean intentionally man-made environments as “ordinary”. See also justification. News and Notes On February 18, Sharada Nevada presented her Ph.D. Preliminary Talk on the Recommended Topic: “Nitrogency” from the Sea to Food Sustainability and Green Social Orders, before effectively validating her theory outdoors. Doctorate: “Salt acclimatization techniques to nitrify bioreactors when recycling hydroponic structures”.Congratulations! On February 5th, Synnøve Lofthus held his Ph.D. Preliminary Talk entitled “Bacterial Metabolic Versatility in the Natural Sciences” before effectively validating his Ph.D. theory “The Impacts of Temperature and Ice on the Biodegradation of Crude Oil”. Congratulations! New article: Blanca M.Gonzalez-Silva, Kjell Rune Jonassen, Ingrid Bakke, Kjetill Østgaard, and Olav Vadstein (2021): Preservation of structure/working connections in nitrifying microbial networks after cross-transfer between freshwater and seawater. Logical nature reports | (2021) 11: 2979 | https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-82272-7. This is the seventh most popular newspaper in the world with a 5-year influencer of 4,576. Then; It’s not really terrible. On September 1st, Leila Jafari received support for her Lord Theory entitled: “The Effects of Protein Skimmer, Hydrogen Peroxide and Salinity on Water Quality in RAS.” On August 20th, the pedagogue Olav Vadstein presented another sculpture about microorganisms at the NTNU. Together with the educator Jochen Schmid, he has been committed to this company for a year. The motivation came from Japan, where several universities did the same to develop a stylized approach that instills an appreciation for microbial life. This is obviously a first in Europe. There is a general lack of understanding in society and in science about microbial life and its basic environmental functions. Since some of them can be pathogens, they are also easily discredited. The NTNU, as a university, has an obligation to raise awareness and respect for their importance for our planet and for us. To find the best content for the milestone, Ph.D. student Lisa Titze maintained and won a rivalry: Homage to microorganisms You can be discovered anywhere in the world, but you are a small cell, an organism. Your commitment to our lives is enormous. Without you we couldn’t live, we couldn’t exist. To look at you is our mission. to see what you are best at. You are helping us in this regard, if only you knew about microorganisms, we feel overwhelmed by you. On August 19, Daniel Wæge received approval for his lord proposal entitled: “Starting bacterial colonization of yolk sacbrood in Atlantic salmon (Salmo Salar) using a gnotobiotic system.” On xx. July Eirik Degré Lorentsen received the approval of his proposal of the Lord with the title “Representation of two detachments of Janthinobacterium from salmon fingerlings: Violacein operon successions and development conditions for the creation of Violacein”. On June 25th, Sunniva Ingebrigtsen Garden received approval from Lord for his proposal entitled: “Describing volatile elements in microbial networks in the creation of salmon businesses”.

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