PRAXISforum Enzymes for Industrial Applications 2016



Some showcases of genomics, metagenomics, microbiomics and other bioinformatics-driven technologies in our innovation pipeline at Novozymes
M. Borchert, Head of Bioinformatics and Microbe Technology, R&D
Novozymes, Denmark
Integration of Biotransformations in Chemical Muklti-Step Processes for Fine and Bulk Chemicals
H. Gröger, Chair of Organic Chemistry I
Bielefeld University, Germany
From Gene to Product - Pathways, Processes, Products (not available)
S. Freyer, Head of Bioprocess Development
BASF, Germany
The championship of enzyme engineering – How to win the cup
D. Schönauer, CEO
SeSaM-Biotech, Germany
Developing tailor-made enzymes for diagnostic application (not available)
M. Bönitz-Dulat, Head of Enzyme Development
Roche Diagnostics, Germany
High-throughput assay for enzyme screening
J. Schückel, Research Scientist
GlycoSpot, Denmark
EziG Enzyme Immobilization: One method for all enzyme types
Karim E. Cassimjee, CEO
EnginZyme, Sweden
SpinChem® is transforming your solutions
E. Byström, CEO
SpinChem, Sweden
Chemo-enzymatic conversion of biomass constituents
V. Sieber, Chair of Chemistry of Biogenic Ressources
TU Munich, Germany
Exploitation of plant enzymes for fermentative production of high value terpenoids (not available)
G. Jach, CSO
Phytowelt GreenTechnologies, Germany
Empowering enzymes for wider use in high-value pharma applications
Y. Dudal, CEO
INOFEA, Switzerland
The latest tools and technologies for enzyme discovery and development (not available)
A. Ellis, Technical Director
Biocatalysts, United Kingdom
Biocatalytical process development up to kg-scale (not available)
U. Menyes, CEO
Enzymicals, Germany
Enzymes and carbohydrate ingredients for a healthy nutrition
L. Wiemann
Evoxx Technologies, Germany
Closing Keynote
Enzymatic production of soluble carbohydrate fiber (not available)
R. DiCosimo, DuPont Fellow
DuPont Industrial Biosciences, USA
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