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Kustrim Cerimi studied biotechnology at the Technical University in Berlin and is currently doing his PhD. He is interested in the broad field of fungal biotechnology and has collaborated in various interdisciplinary projects with artists, designers and hybrid artists.
Latest posts by Kustrim Cerimi (see all)
- Currywurst, or how mushrooms could make former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder happy - 4th October 2021
- Mushrooms as drivers for circular economy? - 9th July 2021
In recent months, alternative mushroom use in materials research has received a lot of attention on a social and economic level.