The Soehngen Institute of Anaerobic Microbiology (SIAM) research program focuses on anaerobic microbiology. It unites experts in the fields of health, environment and biotechnology in order to share knowledge and discover new microorganisms and processes.
Training and education of young researchers and the next generation of scientists is an important task of the SIAM program. In addition, we collaborate with companies and institutes to develop sustainable applications deriving from our research.
SIAM is a challenging research program, established by the Radboud University Nijmegen, Wageningen University, Technical University Delft, and the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ). This research program is financed by a Gravitation (Zwaartekracht) grant from the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science which supports excellent research.
The Prize awards his 25 years of revolutionary wastewater treatment. News 25 April 2022: the development of new technologies for biological wastewater treatment is turning
SIAM researcher Heleen Ouboter and Professor Cornelia Welte (RU) mark a new horizon for green energy
News 22 April 2022: Generating power while purifying the environment of greenhouse gases should be achievable using bacteria. In a new publication, microbiologists from Radboud
News April 6 2022: We are pleased to inform about this great success. Congratulations to Julia for winning the prestigious award of the Royal Dutch Society of Microbiology (KNVM). The
THE SCIENTISTS IN THE SOEHNGEN INSTITUTE OF ANAEROBIC MICROBIOLOGY ARE TACKLING ONE OF THE GREATEST CHALLENGES FACING OUR SOCIETY: TO HELP BUILD A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY ON NEW ANAEROBIC MICRO-ORGANISMS