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    About This Project

    The aim of our research team is to isolate sediment bacteria with the highest potential for hydrogen production collected from a "dead zone" through the use of Winogradsky columns, which are transparent columns, in association with next generation sequencing techniques and bioreactors. By doing so, we will identify how clean energy (in the form of hydrogen gas) is being produced, how much of it is available, and propose new methods to increase biogas production efficiency.

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