Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Food Waste as Feedstock for Graphene and Hydrogen Production; Research Aiming to Extract Multiple Benefits from Crop Residue; Cellulosic Ethanol Production Using Nitrogen Gas as Nitrogen Source

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This issue profiles using food waste as feedstock for graphene and hydrogen production, research that aims at extracting multiple benefits from crop residue, and cellulosic ethanol production using nitrogen gas as nitrogen source.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Food Waste as Feedstock for Graphene and Hydrogen Production; Research Aiming to Extract Multiple Benefits from Crop Residue; Cellulosic Ethanol Production Using Nitrogen Gas as Nitrogen SourceIn This Issue1. FOOD WASTE AS FEEDSTOCK FOR GRAPHENE AND HYDROGEN PRODUCTION2. RESEARCH AIMING TO EXTRACT MULTIPLE BENEFITS FROM CROP RESIDUE3. CELLULOSIC ETHANOL PRODUCTION USING NITROGEN GAS AS NITROGEN SOURCE4. KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK




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