Engineered microbe may be key to producing plastic from plants

With a few genetic tweaks, a type of soil bacteria with an appetite for hydrocarbons shows promise as a biological ...
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Design the penetration of Non-food Crops (NFC) into European agriculture: PANACEA Project

The Horizon 2020 PANACEA project aims to set up a thematic network to foster the effective exchange between research, industry ...
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Andrea Leoncini

Job title: Engineer   Company: RINA Consulting Tell us about your education and working life up to now. I studied Chemical ...
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US-based scientist uncovers potential ‘sustainable’ refining method for lignin.

Lignocellulosic biorefinery needs to use complete feedstock to produce different products and if possible, high-value products, to make the refinery ...
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First production of isobutene from wheat straw at demo scale

Aim of the project is a new value chain combining Global Bioenergies bio-Isobutene process with technologies developed by Clariant and ...
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Paper, the forgotten forest destroyer

As the world awakes to the threat posed by palm oil and soy to our forests, it’s in danger of ...
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Bio-based webinar unlocking the potential of lignin

Webinar - The new wave in bio-based materials: maximum value from lignin with industry-specific fractions. 26th February 2019 3am PST / ...
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Rehap to attend World Resources Forum 2019

The 2019 World Resources Forum, ‘Closing Loops – Transitions at work’ will be taking place on February 24-27 in Antwerp, ...
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Aitor Barrio

Job title: Senior researcher  Company: TECNALIA R&I Tell us about your education and working life up to now. My career ...
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Assessment conducted by nova-Institut concludes that first-generation fermentable sugar is appropriate for a sustainable raw material strategy of the European chemical industry

An extensive sustainability study carried out by nova-Institute shows that first-generation fermentable sugar is just as advantageous for a sustainable ...
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