CO2 capture by photosynthetic microorganisms in environments with high CO2 Ny
Photosynthetic microbes consume the CO2 released by human activities. However, these microbes are inhibited if the CO2 content is too high. This project explores biological solutions to this problem.
Oxidative stress, atrial fibrillation and ventricular arrhythmias Ny
Oxidative stress is proarrhythmic, but what is the mechanism?
A new approach to modulate cellular damage during chronic inflammation. Ny
This project will examine a new approach to reduce tissue damage during chronic inflammatory diseases like atherosclerosis without compromising innate immunity.
Understanding the role of post-translational histone modification in inflammation Ny
This project examines the dark side of histones, the nuclear proteins that package DNA but can promote organ failure and death when outside the cell.
Molecular mechanisms behind growth optimization and stress responses in bacteria Ny
We are offering bachelor or master projects, as well as other forms of projects for persons interested in molecular biology . All of our projects are designed with the purpose of supporting our ongoing work.
Greenhouse gas emission from plants and soil analysed by concentration and isotope methods Ny
Low Light Image Enhancement Ny
Are you interested for image enhancement?
Co-training using paired images and text Ny
Paired images and text are often produced naturally and are abundant in the real word systems. For example, in a hospital’s IT system, there are chest X-ray images and reports written by medical experts in their routine workflow.
What causes muscle weakness in critically ill patients? Ny
More than 20,000 patients are admitted to intensive care units in Denmark annually. During their stay, most of these patients will encounter severe muscle dysfunction. What is going on?