Biotech skincare project for DTU BSc/MSc Student

Kongens Lyngby, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark

Are you a biotech-passionate BSc or MSc student at DTU (Technical University of Denmark)? Do you also have an interest in skincare? Then, explore this opportunity to join Bioli, a new Danish skincare biotech start-up, in an exciting and innovative research project. The project should be undertaken as your bachelor's project, master's thesis, or as an internship.



About the Project: Under the supervision and in close collaboration with research scientists at DTU Biosustain and Bioli, you will work to develop and optimize skincare formulations, with a focus on enzymatic activity. The aim is to enhance efficacy while minimizing their environmental impact.


The project will take place at DTU Biosustain, who will contribute its research facilities, academic expertise, and assistance in assay development, variant generation, stability testing, and LCA analysis.


What You’ll Do:

·      Develop activity assays for enzyme characterization in skincare formulations

·      Identify enzymatic variants with enhanced activity for targeted skincare applications

·      Evaluate enzymatic stability in various skincare formulations

·      Conduct preliminary Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to assess the environmental impact of the formulated products


Why Join Us:

·      Gain hands-on experience in novel biotech research

·      Make a positive impact on the skincare industry and the environment

·      Work with top researchers and industry professionals

·      Opportunity for future collaborations



·      Passionate about biotechnology and interested in skincare

·      Knowledge of and strong interest in enzymatic solutions

·      Currently pursuing a BSc or MSc degree at DTU (Technical University of Denmark)

·      BSc/MSc project or unpaid internship

·      Project date: November 1st, 2023 – June 30th 2024



·      Send your application and resumé to Pls include the role's title in the subject line

·      For any questions, please reach out to


Contact info:

Ditte Welner, PI of Enzyme Engineering and Structural Biology at DTU Biosustain,

Nina Wiberg Rosenquist, CEO and founder of Bioli,

BSc Student MSc student
BSc Thesis Student MSc Thesis Student

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