DTU Bioengienering has extensive collaborations with national and international research units and industry and collaborates closely with DTU's other life-science departments and the technology-focused departments. 

DTU Bioengineering has a strong focus on industrial collaborations and works continuously to expand the scope of projects with industry partners. The department's scientific staff participate in collaborative projects involving small, medium and large companies funded by both national and international funds, and nearly 40 percent of the department's publications in 2018 involved industry partners.

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Center for Microbial Secondary Metabolites

DTU Bioengineering hosts the Center of Excellence CeMiSt. 

The purpose of CeMiSt is to unravel the biological role of microbial secondary metabolites in natural microbiological communities.

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The Fermentation Based Biomanufacturing Initiative

Based on cutting-edge research, covering all aspects of fermentation, FBM offers a comprehensive research-based education and training program in Fermentation Based Biomanufacturing.



Accelerated Innovation in Manufacturing Biologics

AIM-Bio is a collaboration between NC State, DTU Bioengineering and DTU Chemical Engineering to establish a world-class program in bioprocess research & development and workforce training and education, focused on products and technologies for the future biopharmaceutical biomanufacturing.

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