Centre Algatech

Institute of Michrobiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

Symposium on Microalgae

On December 10, 2019, the "Microalgae as Future Production Systems" symposium focused on biotechnology microalgae will take place in Wels, Upper Austria.
The symposium is part of the Algenetics project of Interreg CZ-AT. More information here

We would like to invite you

to a lecture by Prof. Carl Johnson, Ph.D., Stevenson Professor of Biological Sciences at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_H._Johnson
entitled "As Time Glows By: Circadian Clocks and Biotech in Cyanobacteria". The lecture will take place on Friday 21.6. at 10am in the conference room of Centre Algatech, Novohradská 237 – Opatovický mlýn, second floor. The lecture is free, everyone is welcome. Invitation

We would like to invite you to a seminar by

Kumar Saurav, Ph.D.: Potential role of microbial metabolites towards the development of disease Alveld which will take place on Friday 15.2.2019 at 1:00 pm in the Institute of Microbiology af the CAS – Centre ALGATECH in Třeboň.

The seminar is part of the project: International mobility of researchers - MSCA-IF II (Institute of Microbiology of the CAS, v. v. i.) reg. nr. CZ.02.2.69/0.0/0.0/18_070/0010493 funded by Operational Programme Research, Development and Education. Invitation

Another piece of the "green puzzle" - the Třeboň scientists revealed an important step in the biosynthesis of the photosynthetic apparatus

The work, which was done in collaboration with scientists from Imperial College London, deals with the detailed structure and function of the Ycf48 protein factor, which is crucial for the biogenesis and function of photosynthetic protein complexes (photosystems) of cyanobacteria. The factor is also present in the other oxygen evolving photosynthetic organisms including plants, in which it is even indispensable for the functional photosynthesis. Ycf48 exhibits a doughnut-like shape and it is needed for an effective incorporation of chlorophyll into the membrane protein complexes responsible for photochemical conversion of light energy and oxygen evolution. Read more              The Article