• The development and implementation of chemo-enzymatic cascade reactions for innovative process routes of industrial scale. The reduced amount of necessary biocatalysts is realized by the use of e.g. promiscuous enzymes to drastically reduce the synthesis pathways and simultaneously obtain highest yields to enable the production of biobased chemicals. In close cooperation with our partners and customers we develop tailor made processes for specialties, fine chemicals as well as bulk chemical building blocks. Most important point of view is sustainability and cost efficiency based on biomass substrates.

CASCAT was invited to present at the 4th DECHEMA-PRAXISforum “Enzymes for Industrial Applications”

5. February 2020
The 4th DECHEMA-PRAXISforum “Enzymes for Industrial Applications” offers industry professionals a platform to discuss the latest developments in enzyme technology and biocatalysis. It is the chance to meet solution providers, key customers and users of enzymes and learn about new products, services and process and production technologies. André was invited to present the CASCAT approach on […]

CASCAT is part of the Horizon 2020 Innovative Training Networks (ITN) – project INTERfaces – Heterogeneous Biocatalytic Reaction Cascades

1. November 2019
With EUR 3.7M for academia and industry INTERfaces intends to pave the way for enzymatic based sustainable production of chemicals. Under the lead of Prof. Selin Kara from Aarhus University Denmark, 21 European industries and universities are teamed up in this project to create natural and sustainable chemical products by mimicking the metabolism of living […]

Lecture at the German Biotechnology Days 2019

1. May 2019
Under the theme: Enzymes – Nothing works without them, represented André, CASCAT in a lecture series at the German Biotechnology Days 2019 at the 10th of April in Würzburg. Together with the companies C-Lecta (Marc Struhalla) and Novozyems (Klaus Pellengahr), as well as Prof. Dr. med. Jürgen Seibel (University of Würzburg) the experts presented and […]

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