Maastricht University Biobased Materials Group, DSM, Givaudan, Chemstream, Dyadic, c-LECta, Evocatal, LentiKat's, ACIB, TU Gratz, RUG,Univerista Studi di Pavia, RWTH, The University of Manchester, TU Danmark, Fraunhofer, Universitat Autonoma di Barcelona, TH Zurich.
Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Geleen
Biobased, Chemie, Robox, Enzymes, Biocatalysis
Gesloten Collaboratie






The ROBOX project demonstrates the techno-economic viability of biotransformations of four types of robust oxidative enzymes:

· P450 monooxygenases (P450s), 

· Baeyer-Villiger monooxygenases (BVMOs),

 · Alcohol dehydrogenases (ADHs),

· Alcohol oxidases (AOXs).

The two pillars for the ROBOX project are chemistry and biocatalysis. These are used  for the industrial conversion and production of alcohols that have been identified to be significant to the chemical industry. ROBOX will identify and engineer robust enzymes to lead to new green chemical processes.

ROBOX has received funding from the European Union (EU) project ROBOX (grant agreement n° 635734) under EU’s Horizon 2020 Programme Research and Innovation actions H2020-LEIT BIO-2014-1.



Startdatum: November 2014

Betrokken Partijen: Chemelot Campus, Maastricht University, DSM

Subsidie: Europese Unie

Projectfase: Realisatie

Openheid: Gesloten Collaboratie

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Ermo DanielsKnowledge Transfer Officer

+31 6 46705028/ ermo.daniels@maastrichtuniversity.nl