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NRP - Green Chemistry

ENEA: brewer’s yeast and water for new bio-concrete
Brewer’s yeast and oxygenated water are the two components of a new type of bio-compatible concrete having high thermal, acoustic and fire-proofing insulation properties, developed and patented by...
Publication date 12/15/2017
Source ENEA
Hi-tech waste: Remete wins 2017 Start Cup Piemonte and Valle d’Aosta
To completely reclaim rare earth elements and valuable metals, such as gold and silver, from electronic materials no longer used and from Waste of Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) is the objective...
Publication date 10/26/2017
Source Start Cup Piemonte e Valle d’Aosta
Biological fuels for future cars, research project FLEDGED underway
Using agriculture residues or biological waste as fuel for cars, with clear benefits in terms of environmental sustainability and reduction in CO2 emissions into the air is the important perspective opened...
Publication date 10/18/2017
Source Politecnico di Milano
TOMRES project, tomatoes that save water and fertilisers
The European project TOMRES, a novel and integrated approach to increase multiple and combined stress tolerance in plants using tomato as a model, presented on 7 June 2017 at the University of Turin, is...
Publication date 06/26/2017
Source UNITO
CNR researchers study the acid drainages in Baccatoio creek
Thallium is a shining, soft and malleable metal, similar to tin that, if exposed to air, oxidized and becomes gray-blue, similar to lead, until it develops, in the case of long exposure, a layer of oxide...
Publication date 05/30/2017
Source CNR
CNR scientists investigate the origin of walnut
The first historical records of the use of the walnut fruit tree (Juglans regia L.) as a food date back to 9,000 years ago. Both Pliny the Elder, the Roman writer, admiral and naturalist, and Columella...
Publication date 04/04/2017
Source CNR
RES URBIS project presented at Sapienza University of Rome
The European project RES URBIS – REsources from URban Bio-Waste was presented to the public on 25 January 2017. The project, funded by the European Commission in the context of the research programme...
Publication date 01/25/2017
Source Sapienza Università di Roma
ENEA studies future plants in hi-tech greenhouse
A team of researchers from the ENEA Research Centre in Portici is testing, under the public-private research project called Tripode, a hi-tech greenhouse, equipped with an innovative LED-based lighting...
Publication date 01/16/2017
Source ENEA
The prickly pear promotes the conservation of artworks
Prickly pears are the fruits of ”Opuntia ficus indica”, a cactus of the Cactaceae family that includes about 300 species, widespread in the Mediterranean areas of our country, often used to...
Publication date 12/16/2016
Source ENEA
Beneficial substances from olive waste
The idea is to transform the waste of the “green gold”: olives, a material to be re-used by reintroducing it into the productive fabric, creating new revenue and jobs, with special consideration...
Publication date 12/05/2016
Source Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche