GREEN

Our lab works at the interface of materials science, electronics, and biology. We design, fabricate and characterize devices and systems that record, modulate and harvest cell-cell communication.

GREEN Project

Generate ecologically safe energy from algae

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POWERING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE USING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY

Development of radical new ways to generate
ecologically safe energy from algae.

We're building a better energy future for all

The EU-funded Generating Energy from Electroactive Algae (GREEN) project aims to establish a world-leading research centre focussed on the development of radical new ways to generate ecologically safe energy from algae.
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A NEW KIND OF CLEAN ENERGY

Bringing the EU one step closer to its green goals

Clean Energy

Less Fossil Fuels

Cost effective

Minimize CO2

Renewable energy is derived from natural processes

The aim of this grant is to establish a world leading research centre focusing on developing a radically different way to generate clean energy from algae.
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Latest news

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We are hiring a postdoctoral researcher / research scientist

Applications are invited for a Research Scientist post, at the Bioelectronics and Bioenergy research laboratory, funded by the European Research […]

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Bioelectronic studies in cyanobacteria

We are happy to host our PhD student Damiano Ducci from University of Bath. He will stay for some months […]

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Paulo Rocha awarded young research leaders distinction from World Cultural Council 2022

It is with great enthusiasm that we announce that the GREEN PI Prof. Dr. Paulo Rocha is among the 13 […]

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Our previous students and postdocs found employment as successful entrepreneurs, scientists or engineers in key industries and universities internationally.

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Funding

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No. 947897)
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