New Advances in Waste and Biomass Valorization
This Topical Issue summarizes the most recent approaches to waste valorization at the laboratory and industrial scales, in particular, green extraction methods such as supercritical fluid, microwaves, and pressurized liquid; low-cost culture medium aiming at high add-value products such as surfactin using cassava wastewater and algae cultivation; energy conversion such as biomass combustion, and the correlation between end-product purity and application; analytical facilities, including advantages and disadvantages, in particular mass spectrometry and biological activity techniques; life-cycle assessment challenges, and economic, social, and environmental evaluations of bioconversions.
Dr. Lidiane Maria Andrade
Prof. Dr. Claudio Augusto Oller do Nascimento
- agro-industrial waste
- green extraction
- biotechnological processes
- bioactive compounds
- food industry
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