LWC Phosphorforschung Rostock: Leibniz-ScienceCampus Phosphor Research Rostock
The Leibniz SciencCampus Phosphorus Research Rostock (ScienceCampus) is linking around 100 scientists of 5 Leibniz-Institutes and the University of Rostock, which do research on the essential element phosphorus. Since June 2019, the Science Campus is funded by the Leibniz Association with 1.1 Mio € for another 4 years. In the ScienceCampus scientists search in the following research cluster: "I. Phosphorus in the environment – P pools and mobilization potential in lowlands and coastal regions", "II. Sufficiency and efficiency of P utilisation, P recycling - Agricultural P recycling options", "III. Phosphorus in synthesis and catalysis", "IV. Molecular Biology of Phosphorus - The central Role of P in Signaling and Metabolism from Cells to Ecosystems" and the cross topic "V. Governance options for closed P cycles - the GAP 2020 revision".
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- Wirth, M. A., M. Sievers, F. Habedank, U. Kragl, D. E. Schulz-Bull and M. Kanwischer (2019). Electrodialysis as a sample processing tool for bulk organic matter and target pollutant analysis of seawater. Mar. Chem. 217: 103719, doi: 10.1016/j.marchem.2019.103719