Unibio are seeking MSc students and university supervisors for collaborative thesis projects.
University supervisors interested in developing collaborative MSc thesis project proposals with Unibio are welcome to contact Thomas Neergaard, Scientific Director or the Unibio contact person on the individual projects.
Interested MSc students should contact their university supervisor or Thomas Neergaard, Scientific Director.
Unibio has developed a technology which is based on microbial fermentation, a natural process, for producing a sustainable protein source in industrial scale. Our single cell protein can be used in feeds for farmed fish or animals. This reduces the dependence on fishmeal or soy-protein. Utilizing our technology will contribute in protecting ecosystems and biodiversity against overfishing and burning rainforest or other unspoiled areas for soy production.
At our development site in Kalundborg we, develop our methane-based fermentation technology in pilot and demo scale and use the produced biomass for product development trials, especially targeting the food market.
We do not currently have any specific openings, but we are always open to dialog with interested master students or supervisors.