Also issues relevant to industrial practice such as intellectual property will be presented. The course will be valuable for those who are working with enzymes in academia and industry, or are considering to do so.The course will be held in Groningen, at the Zernike Campus, University of Groningen, from 5 - 7 April 2017. The study load of this course is 0.9 ECTS credits for attending all lectures To register please complete the electronicreply form. Applicants will receive a confirmation of their registration within two weeks and will be informed about their acceptance to the course 29 March at the latest.
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Enzymes are used in various industrial processes ranging from the ton scale conversion of starch to the gram scale synthesis of chemical compounds.
The enzymes used in these industrial processes need to be robust, cheap and work under varying conditions.
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