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Intensive farming: studying mosses can help
Is it possible to reproduce the ability of mosses to survive in the shade to increase the productivity of cultivated plants? This is the objective of the study conducted at the Laboratory of Photosynthesis...
Publication date 11/22/2018
Source UNIVR
Viroplant project: viruses to protect plants
The project called Viroplant was launched in 2018 with the aim of exploiting genetic diversity of the viruses that affect pathogens and parasites, in order to develop highly-specific control instruments...
Publication date 09/26/2018
Source Progetto Viroplant
Synthetizing saffron? It is possible now
To produce the molecules of saffron flowers, in large quantities, at low cost and with high levels of purity is the objective of the method designed and patented by ENEA to produce one of the most expensive...
Publication date 07/24/2018
Source ENEA
Poplar trees can help fight pollutants
Poplars seem to be able to absorb, transform and accumulate pharmaceutical pollutants such as Diclofenac, an anti-inflammatory active ingredient often found in urban waste water. This is demonstrated by...
Publication date 06/28/2018
Source Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna
What alternatives to copper in agriculture?
Funded with 4 million euro under Horizon 2020, this project aims at searching for alternatives to the use of copper and pesticides in the most interesting crops in Trentino.
Publication date 06/27/2018
Source UNITN
A device for diagnosing Xylella fastidiosa
A joint study carried out by University of Salento and CNR Nanotec of Lecce published in Scientific Reports has recently led to a device to detect Xylella Fastidiosa on olive trees.
Publication date 06/22/2018
Source CNR
Graphene: new possibilities for industrial production
A study carried out by researchers from the CNR Istituto Officina dei Materiali and the University of Trieste and published in Science has unveiled the mechanisms of graphene growth on the surface of a...
Publication date 04/05/2018
Source CNR
Environment: ENEA to transform dairy waste into bio packaging
Eighteen months to transform dairy waste into eco-sustainable resources is the aim that the Biocosì project, on which ENEA is working in collaboration with the Puglia-based EggPlant start-up, intends...
Publication date 02/20/2018
Source ENEA
Lab-born Golden Potato
Potatoes with very high vitamin content: this is the aim of the project, published in Plos One, conducted by a Team of researchers from ENEA, CREA and Ohio University.
Publication date 12/18/2017
Source ENEA
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