Engineering in Life Sciences

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Edited By: Editor-in-Chief: Thomas Bley, Deputy Editor: An-Ping Zeng

Impact Factor: 2.485

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 58/163 (Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology)

Online ISSN: 1618-2863

Associated Title(s): Acta Biotechnologica

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A platform for efficient microalgae autotrophic growth

Characterization of a model cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 autotrophic growth in a flat-panel photobioreactor
Tomáš Zavřel, Maria A. Sinetova, Diana Búzová, Petra Literáková and Jan Červený

3D-printed labware in the lab of the future

3D-printed individual labware in biosciences by rapid prototyping: A proof of principle
Tim H. Lücking, Franziska Sambale, Sascha Beutel and Thomas Scheper

3D-printed individual labware in biosciences by rapid prototyping: In vitro biocompatibility and applications for eukaryotic cell cultures
Tim H. Lücking, Franziska Sambale, Birte Schnaars, David Bulnes-Abundis, Sascha Beutel and Thomas Scheper

Intelligent control of batch yeast propagation

On-line yeast propagation process monitoring and control using an intelligent automatic control system
Stephan Birle, Mohamed Ahmed Hussein and Thomas Becker

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CALL FOR PAPERS- Special issue "Emerging biotechnologies viewed by emerging bioengineers"

Aims and Scope

Engineering in Life Sciences integrates innovations in technology and basic biology. The journal focuses on bioprocess and biochemical engineering, as well as applied biotechnology. The journal provides an interdisciplinary forum to support innovation in

  • Biotechnological production systems
  • Bioprocess engineering (upstream and downstream processing)
  • Applications in the production of chemicals, food and pharmaceuticals, biofuels as well as biomedicine.

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