En’Zync complementary competences: En’Zync contains skills within heterogeneous enzymology and protein engineering (DTU), kinetic modelling (DTU), plastic bioprocessing (DTU), structural enzymology (DTU), drug-protein interactions (DTU), mycology and fungal genetic engineering (DTU), heterologous production and automated transformation (DTU), synthetic organic chemistry (DTI), material chemistry (DTI), predictive modelling (UP), computational chemistry (UP), protein stability at interfaces (AU), protein-plastic interactions (AU) and plastic degradation (AU). AU is host institution for the Centre, with DTU, DTI and Porto as closely linked partners.
EnZync consists of 4 research nodes:
1. Aarhus University contributes 2 groups:
Associate Member: Dr. Ren Wei, <email@example.com>, University of Greifswald