Category: <span>Publications</span>

New РJoint EBNet/Carbon Recycling Network Report on Gas Fermentation

At the recent joint EBNet/Carbon Recycling Network¬†Gas Fermentation Workshop in Cheshire this March, we gathered top experts from across the world to discuss¬†priorities for gas fermentation research. The overall goal was to develop our understanding of gas fermentation systems to allow optimisation of operational strategies and conversion efficiencies. Key areas …

CIWEM: Water and Environment Journal – Call for Papers -Environmental Biotechnology

Submission deadline: Friday, 31 January 2025The guest editors are Dr Tao Lyu, Cranfield University and Dr Anjali Jayakumar, Newcastle University –¬†heads of our PFAs¬†and ECR Working Groups respectively. This special issue is open for participants of the EBNet ECR24 conference¬†AND also¬†the whole EBNet community. Take a look and get involved …

EBNet-Sponsored Publication Scoops International Abstract Award.

The Environmental Biotechnology Network (EBNet), based at the University of Southampton, is pleased to announce that the abstract for one of their co-sponsored ‚ÄėFarm of the Future‚Äô reports on ‚ÄėDecarbonising Farm Vehicles and Future Fuels‚Äô has won first place in the Best Scientific Abstracts from the Union of European Academies …

New paper: Chemical pollution-

A growing peril and potential catastrophic risk to humanity Global understanding of anthropogenic chemical pollution remains fragmented, even though it could potentially pose one of the largest environmental threats to humanity. This article, available here or here, examines the threat of chemical pollution to humanity with a particular emphasis on …

EBNet showcases circular bioeconomy at Glastonbury

With a challenge of ‘bringing our own energy’ and in temperatures exceeding 30 degrees C, the AD Network legacy Circular Bioeconomy outreach team headed for Glastonbury on 25th June to 1st July, joining scientists from all over the country in order to talk to festival-goers about our work. Big thanks …