"Purple non sulfur bacteria: ideal microbial cell factories for biotransformation of agro-industrial wastes into high added value molecules"
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Luca Bernabò was born in Florence on 22/04/1997. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Sciences at the University of Florence in 2019 with a thesis titled “Study on the effects of different essential oils on the growth of Coniella diplodiella in vitro”.
At the same University, in 2022 he obtained his master’s degree in Biotechnology for Environmental Management and Sustainable Agriculture (BIOEMSA) with a thesis titled “Photofermentative production of poly-β-hydroxybutyrate from agroindustrial residues using purple non-sulfur bacteria”.
He is currently a PhD student in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the Department of Agriculture, Food, Environment and Forestry (DAGRI) at the University of Florence.
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