What is it about?

Biomass characterization and renewable energy research are in need of simple processing methods and collaborative efforts to make use of the worlds natural resources. This research frames the use of chemometrics applied to assess impact of pre-treatment chemistry on the anaerobic digestion of a local source of biomass in Nigeria

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Why is it important?

This research specifically demonstrates collaboration in line with the United Nations Global Action Plan to aid in achieving a more sustainable society. The call for education efforts to support a more sustainable world is recognized as one of the major challenges of the goals. Further, research develops knowledge to make use of tropical biomass feedstocks.


This research is important to me because it helped me realize that as researchers we have the ability to implement change around the world. It is also exciting to have a recognized international collaborator!

Cory D Jensen
Colorado School of Mines

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This page is a summary of: Pretreatment Chemometrics in Holistic Biogas Life Cycle Assessment: Framing Case Study with Carica papaya, Waste and Biomass Valorization, August 2018, Springer Science + Business Media,
DOI: 10.1007/s12649-018-0411-x.
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