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Bio-inspired and bionic materials for enhanced photosynthesis

·       ESR1 (University of Cambridge, UK): Understanding Light management in marine organisms.

Supervisor: Dr. Silvia Vignolini -- for more details please contact sv319@cam.ac.uk

·       ESR2 (Université de Nantes, FR):  Diatom biophotonics in hydrogels and natural microphytobenthic communities, effect of biofilm structure

Supervisor: Dr. Bruno Jesus  -- for more details please contac tbruno.jesus@univ-nantes.fr

·       ESR3 (POLIMI Milano, IT): Photosynthetic processes in algae via time-resolved spectroscopy.

Supervisor: Prof. Guglielmo Lanzani -- for more details please contact guglielmo.lanzani@iit.it

·       ESR4 (The Natural History Museum Lonodn, UK): Light management strategies in seaweeds.

Supervisor: Prof. Juliet Brodie  -- for more details please contact j.brodie@nhm.ac.uk

·       ESR5 (University College London, UK): Exploitation of bio-inspired light-management strategies.

Supervisor: Prof. Franco Cacialli -- for more details please contact f.cacialli@ucl.ac.uk

·       ESR6 (University of Strasbourg, FR): Bio-inspired breathing hydrogels for self-sustaining bio-photoreactors.

Supervisor: Prof. Luisa De Cola  -- for more details please contact decola@unisrtra.fr

·       ESR7 (University of Bari, IT): Synthetic strategies for Bionic Diatoms.

Supervisor: Prof. Gianluca Farinola -- for more details please contact ginalucamaria.farinoal@uniba.it

·       ESR8 (Hoekmine BV, Utrecht NL): Light management with Bacteria - Sensors and pigments, genetics and ecology 

Supervisor: Dr. Colin Ingham  -- for more details please contact colinutrect@gmail.com

·       ESR9 (University of Copenhagen, DK): The role of fluorescent host pigments for photosynthesis and optics in corals

Supervisor: Prof. Michael Kühl -- for more details please contact mkuhl@bio.ku.dk