The project aims to the revalorisation of a renewable francion of industrial waste such as glycerol transforming it into an advance biofuel that may be used in several uses, including transport and heating. The project will link the gaps between laboratory and the manufacturing plants.
The overall project concept is to use yeast biomass (spent yeast biomass resulted from brewing process and enriched brewing yeast biomass) in order to produce selenium-enriched dry baker’s yeast for the bakery industry.
Development of functionalized polyurethane gels for electrotechnical application
Development and application of cable joints with density gradients and adaptable joining force
T-bea (tool for biomass energy accessibility) is a technological solution with a test-proven operative environment to measure efficiently accessible forested biomass growing up in agricultural areas, providing information about new bio-energy resources in our surroundings with earth observation.