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Bioreactor system

Researchers pictured with the bioreactor system they helped construct

Undergraduate chemical engineering students Kurt Thorne (standing right) and Heather Johnson, National Science Foundation (NSF) Idaho EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) target investigator Woody Admassu (seated), and research mentor and department chair Roger Korus are pictured here with the bioreactor system they helped construct. The students and professors collaborated on the production of enzymes by bacterial and fungal fermentation in support of research colleagues producing biocatalysts for the selective degradation and removal of pollutants from soils.

This work was supported by NSF grant OSR 93-50539.

Credit: Idaho EPSCoR Program

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