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Environmental Science projects

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Engineering marine eukaryotic algae for the production of high value molecules.
Supervisor: Johan Andersen-Ranberg and Birger Lindberg Møller

Carbon sequestration in conservation agriculture
Supervisor: Tomke Susanne Wacker, Kristian Thorup-Kristensen

Do pesticides end up in the honey?
Supervisor: Christian Andreasen

Economic Viability of Desert Farming
Supervisor: Marten Sørensen, Gabriela Alandia

Environmental fate of natural toxins
Supervisor: Daniel Garcia Jørgensen, Efstathios Diamantopoulos, Hans Christian B. Hansen

Identification of phytochemical cues to assemble beneficial root microbiota
Supervisor: Barbara Ann Halkier;Deyang Xu

Invasive Species
Supervisor: Conny Bruun Asmussen Lange; Jørgen Eilenberg

Is it possible to reduce pesticide dose by using sticking adjuvant?
Supervisor: Christian Andreasen

Metabolic engineering of Nicotiana benthamiana towards increased diterpenoid production
Supervisor: Post Doc Nikolaj Lervad Hansen (niha@plen.ku.dk) and PhD student Victor Forman (victor.forman@plen.ku.dk)

Metabolite sensing – how do plants monitor their metabolism?
Supervisor: Meike Burow

Phytohormone transport in plants
Supervisor: Hussam Hassan Nour-Eldin

The Hidden Role of Non-coding Transcription Initiation
Supervisor: Quentin Thomas - Sebastian Marquardt

Transport Engineering in Microalgae
Supervisor: Hussam Hassan Nour-Eldin

Understanding the transport mechanism of the NPF family
Supervisor: Hussam Hassan Nour-Eldin