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The goal of ISMET is to link researchers from various areas of science and engineering towards studying the complex interactions of microorganisms and electrodes, while finding novel ways to use them for sustainability applications. 

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Looking back at the first ISMET virtual meeting

We are looking back to our first VIRTUAL ISMET conference, which took place October 7th-9th. Despite all current restrictions in ...
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ISMET awards 2020

The ISMET community warmly congratulates Dario Shaw for obtaining the 2020 ISMET Discovery Award for his work on an electro-annamox ...
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1st ISMET Virtual meeting: update

The 1st ISMET Virtual meeting will gather researchers and industry affiliates to present and discuss the latest advances in the ...
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Nomination for the ISMET Awards 2020 open

Nomination for the ISMET Awards is open until August 30th 2020 Best Scientific Discovery AwardInnovation Award for Breakthrough Technological Advancement ...
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Open Jobs

Electro-Active is looking for a Bioelectrochemical Engineer to assist with the scale up of our microbial electrolysis system for sustaining high levels of hydrogen production from food waste. The position will lead and assist in the execution of experiments to optimize reactor operation and performance across different scales and reactor designs. The ideal candidate will have a highly successful academic record, experience in laboratory work related to microbiology/biochemical engineering, high attention to detail, and the capability to undertake independent research tasks. An interest in sustainability and next-generation renewable energy technology as well as desire to work in a dynamic, fast-pace ...
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Cable bacteria are filamentous bacteria that can conduct electrons across centimetre-scale distances and thereby metabolize distantly located electron donors and acceptors in aquatic sediment. The DNRF Center for Electromicrobiology at Aarhus University is looking for a motivated and talented PhD student to investigate how cable bacteria and their electron conductors work, based on the numerous options and challenges that this exceptional scale of biological electron transport poses for experimental studies. Institution contact information Department of Biology, Ny Munkegade 114-116, Aarhus C, Denmark. Contact email address lpn@bios.au.dk External link https://phd.scitech.au.dk/for-applicants/apply-here/may-2020/electron-conduction-in-cable-bacteria/ ...
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Congratulations @DarioRShaw winner of Discovery Award for Best Scientific Paper 👉https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-16016-y

Congratulations Xi Chen, winner of Innovation Award for Best Technological Advancement 👉https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2020/ee/c9ee02571e#!divAbstract

Welcome onboard @sebastia_puig @m_teravest and @sunil_micro. Let us serve 🤜🤛 and continuously improve our great grassroot @ISMETsociety 🎉🌍🌎🌏 https://twitter.com/sebastia_puig/status/1314588222446620674

Sebastià Puig@sebastia_puig

👌Elected as member of @ISMETsociety board! It is a pleasure to join to this outstanding board! Special thanks to the EU-METs community and my research group @LEQUIA_UdG at @univgirona @InterUdG. https://is-met.org/

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