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Public Engagement Awards

ISMET was impressed by the engagement of community members on Public Engagement Day and selected three members to be awarded ...
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WISMET seminar 5/11

The next WISMET Seminarwill be on the 9th November at 17h (CEST). Speaker:Dr. Mehri Shabani Affiliation: ESAIP La Salle, CERADE, Saint-Barthélemy ...
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Need of amendment of our (legal) foundation to let ISMET going global!

Dear ISMET members,I am writing to you in troubled times, but spring is coming. I hope that you and your ...
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Public Engagement Day

Join the 1st International ISMET Public Engagement Day. How? Submit your entry on the 20th June 2022 to participate to the ...
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Open Jobs

Position: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
Project: BioElectrochemical Lithium rEcoVEry (BELIEVE)
Start date: February 15, 2023
Duration: 18 months
Department of Microbial Sciences, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XH
Project Supervisors: Professor Claudio Avignone Rossa, Professor Jhuma Sadhukhan, Dr Siddharth Gadkari There is currently a high demand for Li, a high-tech metal found only in a few locations worldwide. Li production is costly, energy-demanding, and environmentally damaging: It is essential to design and optimise methods for recovering Li from spent LiB. This project will focus on designing and optimising a bioelectrochemical system (BES) to recover high purity Li. We will design a microbial electrochemical system to ...
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Are you interested in sediment geochemical processes and would you like to work at the interface between biology, electrochemistry, and physics? At the Department of Biology at Aarhus University (Denmark), we seek for a postdoc to investigate the influence of electric fields on the mass transport of nutrients in sediments. The availability of nutrients in aquatic systems controls biological processes that in turn regulate climate and environmental quality. Electric fields naturally develop in soils and sediments, however to date their influence on the transport of dissolved ions has been neglected. In the project e-Move (funded by the Velux Foundation), we ...
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Ioannis Ieropoulos and @JourdinLudovic are co-chairing the 5th international Microbial/Enzymatic Electrochemistry Platform conference #MEEP2023

Call for papers is open till 23 January 2023.

Further details https://www.i-meep.com/scope-1

Lars Angenent appointed Fellow by leading international association for research into #microbes and their applications: https://uni-tuebingen.de/universitaet/aktuelles-und-publikationen/attempto-online/newsfullview-attempto/article/lars-angenent-appointed-fellow-by-leading-international-association-for-research-into-microbes-and-their-applications/ #Biotechnology @ISMETsociety

Congratulations to Bruce Logan (@MFCtechnology), Evan Pugh University Professor and Kappe Professor of Environmental Engineering, for being named a fellow of @ISMETsociety! Read about his research and contributions to his field: http://bit.ly/3s03je9

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