Bioelectrochemical performance of a native microbial community for energy recovery in a low cost microbial fuel cell (Newton Fund)
Start date01 April 2019
End date31 March 2020
Professor Claudio Avignone Rossa
Professor of Systems Microbiology
I obtained my BSc degree in Chemistry (1987), followed by a Licentiate Degree in Biochemical Sciences (1989) and a PhD in Biochemical Sciences (1994) from the University of La Plata (Argentina). I was appointed Associate Professor of Biotechnology at the University of Quilmes (Argentina) in 1994, and Research Fellow at the Microbial Physiology Group at the University of Amsterdam from 1995 to 1999. I joined the University of Surrey in 1999, where I am now a Professor of Systems Microbiology.
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