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One more Great Success for the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology

One more Great Success for the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology

One more great success for the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology of our University, that once again proves its active involvement in our country’s research activities. Four new post-doctoral researchers were granted the prestigious State Scholarships Foundation (IKY) fellowships in order to undertake their research in the Department. The researchers are the following:

  1. Konstantina Tsoumani: “Synthetic CRISPR/Cas9 shredding system of the X chromosome for genetic control of the olive fly” (grade: 95.5/100)
  2. Thalia Kerasioti: “Nutrigenomic study of the antioxidant activity of sheep whey, to create functional foods with added value from feta cheese” (grade: 92/100)
  3. Daniela Tsikou: “Symbiosis in legume roots: do rhizobia affect the arbuscular mycorrhizal interaction?” (grade: 91/100)
  4. Evangelia Papadopoulou: “In vitro and in situ in soil evaluation of the antioxidant ethoxyquin and its oxidation products as novel nitrification inhibitors” (grade: 90.5/100)

Congratulations to all!