Enzyme encapsulation through one-step spinning
- Chemical Process Engineering
- Masterthesis / Bachelorthesis
- Focus/Key Topic:
Polyelectrolyte fibers are rather attractive in applications like tissue engineering, drug delivery and bio-sensing. The unique mechanism of formation (IPC) makes these fibers amenable to encapsulation and functionalization. In this work, we investigate how micro-fibers work in the encapsulation and functionalization of enzymes by a one-step green spinning process. To be precise, the work consists of fabricating micro-fibers in a printed nozzle, encapsulating enzymes into fibers, followed by fiber characterization and enzyme characterization.
What we expect from you:
• High motivation to work independently
• Interest in chemistry and chemical lab work
• Intensive care
• Interdisciplinary working environment
• Room for your own ideas
• Innovative working atmosphere in a Clusters of Excellence research group
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