- IVORY: STUDIES ON WASTE RECOVERY Phytelephas aequatorialis (TAGUA) UNDER THE PHILOSOPHY OF BIOREFINERY
The project IVORY seeks to consolidate prior knowledge obtained from the study of waste from tagua (vegetable ivory) to establish processes that lead to the recovery of waste of this material.
- SE OPERATION AND PROCESS OPTIMIZATION FOR OBTAINING ETHABNOL FROM INDUSTRIAL WASTE IN BIOREFINERY IN NAYÓN:
The project included the development of operating manuals of the equipment, plus the first tests were performed obtaining bioethanol from molasses, so it has become an approach to specific safety procedures and good practice within the biorefinery.
Sustainable Resources for Ethanol:
This project seeks primarily the of use agricultural waste to produce fuel ethanol, biogas and biofertilizers under the concept of the biorefinery.
2008 – 2011
Cellulose for Ethanol:
Development of methods for the transformation of cellulose into free sugars and subsequent fermentation.
- PALMITO RESIDUES:
Transformation of industrial yeasts using cassettes of expression inserted in their genome.