Exploring the transformative power of drones in Rwanda

On a windy day high up in the hilly country in Rwanda’s Northern Province, Paul Tuyisingize observes the rapid flight ...
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Manufacturing materials and methods for greener, more customisable and higher quality products

Researchers are developing a novel process for producing cellulose-based electrical insulation components. This method will reduce operating costs and labour ...
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Rehap hosts first workshop in Augsburg

Rehap is excited to announce that on the 27 September 2018 it will be running the project’s first workshop at ...
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How the global heatwave is harming agriculture today and creating problems for the bio-economy tomorrow

“We already have trouble feeding the world and this additional impact on crop yields will impact the world’s poorest…” Few ...
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LignoValue Pilot launched: Flanders to develop pilot line of bio-aromatics from lignin/wood

The EFRO LignoValue Pilot project, a € 4.3 million joint effort between Biorizon co-initiator VITO and a number of partners, ...
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Beets and carrots could lead to stronger and greener buildings

According to engineers, root vegetables aren’t only good for the body. Their fibres could also help make concrete mixtures stronger ...
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Introducing the new ‘promiscuous’ enzyme that helps turn plant waste into sustainable products

“To protect their sugar-containing cellulose, plants have evolved a fascinatingly complicated materials called lignin that only a small selection of ...
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AGRIMAX: from Agricultural and Food-processing Waste to Bioproducts

How can we use agricultural and food-processing waste to create useful products for a sustainable Europe? Around one third of ...
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Developments in 2,3-butanediol production from biomass

Rehap have been developing 2,3-butanediol (BDO) production from two biomasses in the project, bark and poplar, and here are some ...
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BIOCHEMTEX (CTXI) – optimising second generation technology

The aim of one of Rehap’s subtask is to optimise Biochemtex’s second generation (2G) technology to process lignocellulosic biomasses at ...
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