In a recently concluded collaboration between Leiden University and Dutch DNA Biotech, novel biological approaches using fungi were explored to recycle synthetic polymers, in particular from matrasses. This research project provided a perfect industrial fit to the news that The Netherlands is a front-runner in matrass recycling. Students from various Dutch universities contributed both in the lab and […]
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On 10 November 2020, Peter Punt, Wouter de Bonte and Jean-Paul Meijnen will join the digital event of the Netherlands Biotechnology Congress and present a poster on the latest technological developments of DDNA’s hyper protein production system. Meet use online!
On October 28, Peter Punt and Cornelis Mijnders will join the Digital CLIB Networking Day 2020 and give a pitch about the latest technological developments of DDNA’s hyper protein production system. Meet use online!
On the 15th of October Sylvia Segers, PhD joins the online workshop “Towards new legislation for modern biotechnology in the EU: Opportunity or burden for Dutch industrial microbiology sector?” organized by Wageningen Food Safety Research.
Cornelis Mijnders will join BIO IMPACT digital 21st-23rd SEPT 2020. Meet Cornelis online!
Cornelis Mijnders will join the 3rd ECP summer summit: meet DDNA online. Interested to talk further about using fungi as protein production host?
The 15th edition of the European Conference on Fungal Genetics (17-20 February) will be attended by Peter Punt and Wouter de Bonte. We are looking forward to share our recent advances in designing an industrial protein production host and show some intriguing research in the field of organic acid production. If you want to meet […]
Our industrious A. niger has joined the centennial club by being capable of producing more than 100 g/L protein titers. Possibly even more exciting than the protein titers is the remarkably low viscosity of our strain; a yeast-like fermentation produces filamentous fungus-like protein titers. This breakthrough in our platform strain will enable Dutch DNA Biotech […]
As a new addition to our research on metabolic pathway engineering, we have recently published the results of our research and collaborations in the framework of the ERA-IB TTRaFFIC project on Metabolic engineering and fermentation optimization improve itaconic acid production in Aspergillus niger. In this paper we show how we have successfully improved our patented […]
Cornelis Mijnders, our Business Development Director, will join the EFIB 2019. He will present the latest results on strain development. For more questions please contact Cornelis: firstname.lastname@example.org.