Max-Planck-Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie

 
 
Earth & Life
3. März 2021, 17:00
Research results

New form of symbiosis discovered

Researchers from Bremen, together with their colleagues from the Max Planck Genome Center in Cologne and the aquatic research institute Eawag from...  [mehr]

 
 
Earth & Life
16. November 2020, 12:06
Research results

Cellular powerplant recycles waste gases

Waste gases of many branches of industry – for example in steel mills – contain mainly carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. Nowadays, these...  [mehr]

 
 
 
Earth & Life
28. September 2020, 14:11
Research results

Water at the end of the tunnel

Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas that plays a central role in the global carbon cycle. At the same time, it is an important energy source for...  [mehr]

 
Earth & Life
11. September 2020, 10:30
Research results, Scientific Publications

When methane-eating microbes eat ammonia instead

Some microorganisms, the so-called methanotrophs, make a living by oxidizing methane (CH4) to carbon dioxide (CO2). Ammonia (NH3) is structurally...  [mehr]