Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Water Target Setting In Beverage Factories Reduces Water Consumption; Research Offers Potential for Production of Solar Cells from Organic Waste; Alternative Protein-Rich Diet for Pigs

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This issue profiles a zero water factory for efficient water management, research that offers potential for production of solar cells from biomass, and an alternative protein-rich diet for pigs.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Water Target Setting In Beverage Factories Reduces Water Consumption; Research Offers Potential for Production of Solar Cells from Organic Waste; Alternative Protein-Rich Diet for PigsIn This Issue1. WATER TARGET SETTING IN BEVERAGE FACTORIES REDUCES WATER CONSUMPTION 2. RESEARCH OFFERS POTENTIAL FOR PRODUCTION OF SOLAR CELLS FROM ORGANIC WASTE 3. ALTERNATIVE PROTEIN-RICH DIET FOR PIGS4. KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK5. TECHVISION 2015




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