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PROSE

UR INRAE 1461
Centre Jouy-en-Josas - Antony
1 rue Pierre-Gilles de Gennes
92761 Antony Cedex

The PROSE unit is conducting research on environmental biotechnologies, through scales spanning from the microbial community up to the whole process (wastewater treatment plants, anaerobic digesters, bioelectrochemical processes for biorefinery, …), addressing key societal issues of sustainable development, circular economy and bioeconomy.

Affiliated with TRANSFORM and MICA divisions, our unit performs a transdisciplinary approach based on microbial ecology, biogeochemistry, process engineering, physical measurement as well as modelling.

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Waste and Biomass Valorization

Circular Economy Applied to Organic Residues and Wastewater: Research Challenges

New paper in Waste and Biomass Valorization
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Water Research

Gradual development of ammonia-induced syntrophic acetate-oxidizing activities under mesophilic and thermophilic conditions quantitatively tracked using multiple isotopic approaches

New paper in Water Research, Volume 204.
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Bioresource Technology

Oxygen-reducing bidirectional microbial electrodes designed in real domestic wastewater

New paper in Bioresource Technology, Volume 326.
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Bacterial growth on T4 phages. Identification of 13C-labeled bacteria: the 13C-labeled T4 (red) were incubated with a microbial community of a wastewater treatment plant in the same conditions as the 12C control (blue).

Bacterial Consumption of T4 Phages

New paper in Microorganisms, Volume 9, Issue 9
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