Scientists from Hiroshima University and AIST in Japan engineered the bacterium Moorella thermoacetica to produce a volatile chemical from gaseous substrates at high temperature. It will realize economical thermophilic syngas fermentation process to produce bulk chemical from organic matters and wastes.
Acetone, a volatile solvent used for everything from removing nail polish and cleaning textiles to manufacturing plastics, could get a sustainability boost from a new strain of bacteria engineered by a research team based in Japan.
Residents in Dhaka are quite familiar with informal buyers of obsolete computers, laptops, batteries of Instant Power Supply and other malfunctioned home appliances. These collectors buy obsolete or damaged electronic and electrical items from residents at nominal prices and sell those items to informal traders who are engaged in recycling. For all latest news, follow The Daily Star’s Google News channel.
And frequent visits by these collectors in the neighbourhoods to buy wasted devices indicate that recycling of obsolete electronics and electrical items is growing.
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Sylvia Velasquez enjoys serving up soup and other Mexican cuisine with a little love and laughter at El Amigo Mexican and Seafood in Imperial Beach.
Data is driving innovation in the fisheries space. This conference session will illuminate best practices and lessons learned from leading technology experts and practitioners on how to derive more value from ocean data.