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  • MAX300 LG: Quantitative Laboratory Gas Analyser

    With immediate effect Henniker Scientific Ltd. of Warrington, England announce the release of the MAX300 LG Quantitative Gas Analyser. Quantitative Gas Analysis, performed with precision, accuracy and repeatability, demands an analyser with exceptional stability & repeatability characteristics coupled with an inlet system and analysis methods that can handle routine calibrations and ...


  • Understanding imaging`s role in analysing microorganisms

    A new online resource from particle imaging and analysis instrumentation manufacturer Fluid Imaging Technologies, Yarmouth, USA, provides a storehouse of information detailing how and when to integrate digital imaging in particle analysis, why to consider imaging, and the role of imaging in strengthening the value of particle analyser data, as well as addressing its limitations. Available ...

  • Grape waste could make competitive biofuel

    The solid waste left over from wine-making could make a competitive biofuel, University of Adelaide researchers have found. Published in the journal Bioresource Technology, the researchers showed that up to 400 litres of bioethanol could be produced by fermentation of a tonne of grape marc (the leftover skins, stalks and seeds from ...


    By The University of Adelaide

  • Hiden’s HPR-40 System and Biofuels From Algae

    Algae-based biofuels such as biodiesel or bioethanol, have significant advantages over crop-based biofuels. Algae grow at a significantly faster rate than more complex plants, they have far greater yield per unit area and they can be grown in compact, closed systems. One further advantage is the short lifespan and hence a faster cycle of testing and research into suitable biofuel candidates. It ...


    By Hiden Analytical

  • SST Sensing Launch New Generation of Sensor

    SST Sensing are launching a number of new and improved gas sensors at this  year’s World of Technology and Science exhibition in Holland. The new products fall into three new ranges. Firstly, versatile single gas analysers with interface electronics offering various outputs, either as an integrated solution or ...


    By SST Sensing Ltd

  • 80 square meters of the most modern laboratory technology complete the EnviTec service offer

    The recently opened laboratory of EnviTec Biogas Italia S.r.l. in Verona now offers state-of-the-art equipment for accurate analyses. The 80 square meter laboratory, which is operated by two EnviTec biologists, completes the service offer of the Biogas-Allrounder in Italy. “Each hour of operational failure of a biogas plant means a considerable loss of revenue for the operator. Hence our ...


    By EnviTec Biogas AG

  • Germany lowers biogas formaldehyde emissions

    The renewable energy sector has grown enormously in Germany in recent years and there are now large numbers of plants producing energy from biogas/anaerobic digestion. The emissions from these plants are regulated, but the measurement of formaldehyde (a carcinogen) is being reduced as a result of a financial incentive system. However, the measurement of formaldehyde is challenging and in order to ...


    By Gasmet Technologies Oy

  • Biogas as an alternative to petrochemicals

    Combustible gases generated by organic matter in landfill sites or from biomass are commonly burned to generate electricity. However, a Finnish team, writing in a forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Sustainable Economy, suggest that such biogas might be more usefully used as an alternative feedstock for the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Discovery of New Enzymes may help Cheaper Ethanol Turn into a Reality Soon

    RNCOS’ recent report “Biofuel Market Worldwide (2007-2010)” has notified that the production of ethanol in US will likely exceed 9.5 Billion-Gallon by the end of 2010, representing a CAGR value of above 18.5%. At present, a process akin to brewing beer is used to produce ethanol wherein conversion of starch crops into sugar is done, the sugar is then fermented in to ethanol, and finally ...


    By RNCOS

  • Solazyme Delivers 100% Algal-Derived Renewable Jet Fuel to U.S. Navy

    Biotechnology Company Showcases Solajet™HRJ-5 Jet Fuel at the World-famous Farnborough International Air Show in UK. South San Francisco, Calif. – Solazyme, Inc. is helping the U.S. military move closer to powering its planes, ships, tanks and trucks on renewable fuel and has delivered of 1,500 gallons of 100% algae-based jet fuel for the U.S. Navy"s testing and certification ...


    By Solazyme, Inc.

  • Single, key gene discovery could streamline production of biofuels

    A team of researchers at the Department of Energy’s BioEnergy Science Center (BESC) have pinpointed the exact, single gene that controls ethanol production capacity in a microorganism. This discovery could be the missing link in developing biomass crops that produce higher concentrations of ethanol at lower costs.   “The Department of Energy relies on the scientific discoveries ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Reservoirs: a neglected source of methane emissions

    Substantial amounts of the greenhouse gas methane are released not only from large tropical reservoirs but also from run-of-the-river reservoirs in Switzerland, especially in the summer, when water temperatures are higher. This was demonstrated by Eawag scientists at Lake Wohlen, near Bern – a finding which slightly tarnishes the reputation of hydropower as a climate-neutral way of ...

  • Longer Blades and New Materials are Dramatically Affecting the Global Wind Turbine Manufacturing Industry

    A recent report from Navigant Research examines the significant forces shaping the global wind power industry’s supply chain, including analyses of more than 500 component and materials suppliers. As the wind turbine manufacturing industry has evolved and matured, blades have become a strong area of strategic ...

  • Adventus Outlines In Situ Chemical Reduction (ISCR) Advantages

    Remediation biotechnology firm explains key differences between ISCR and Emulsified Oil technologies Freeport, Ill. (May 23, 2006) – Adventus Americas, Inc., an international remediation biotechnology firm, recently outlined topical decision-making criteria for remediation engineers and environmental professionals. “Few, if any, of us are experts in the myriad fields of science associated ...


  • EcoAnalytixTM Initiative Backgrounder - The new measure of success

    An industrial plant spews out unknown substances into the air and parents worry about the playground down wind.  The safety of food is in question after a rash of pet food shipments from overseas is found to be tainted with melamine, a nitrogen-rich industrial chemical linked with renal failure.  Desalinated water destined for the drinking water supply can’t compromise public ...


    By PerkinElmer, Inc.

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