Advanced Biofuel Development Using Parallel Bioreactor Systems
8 Oct 2014

In this white paper discover how Eppendorf DASGIP’s Parallel Bioreactor Systems address the specific demands of biofuel research and development covering various applications such as aerobic and anaerobic fermentation and cultivation of phototrophic organisms. With these systems, processes can be carried out under the absence of oxygen and through independent monitoring of pH and redox potential as well as safe and flexible gassing.

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