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The June Issue of Biofuel Research Journal is out!

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The June Issue of Biofuel Research Journal is out!

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Despite the high biosorption capacity of microalgae, freely suspended microalgae is not attractive because of a number of disadvantages, i.e., small particle size, low chemical resistance, low mechanical strength, and difficulty in separation of biomass from the treated effluent. However, these shortcomings can be addressed by using immobilized microalgae in a biosorption packed bed. In this issue of Biofuel Research Journal, Dr. Kamoru A. Salam comprehensively reviews the essentials of microalgal biosorption for treating effluents containing heavy metals. He presents and critically discusses the different immobilization techniques used to enhance this process with a focus on cross-linking as the most promising approach. The author emphasizes that an ideal microalgal biosorbent should exhibit high sorption capacity, rapid sorption rate, good mechanical stability, high chemical resistance, easy separability, and reusability to ensure a cost effective and sustainable biosorption process. Cover art by BiofuelResJ


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The December Issue of Biofuel Research Journal was released!

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Catalytic pyrolysis of biomass could be a cost-competitive route for biofuels production. To achieve that, development of dedicated catalysts for selective deoxygenation and cracking of bio-oil would be essential. Such breakthrough catalysts could pave the way for scaling up the existing pyrolysis technologies to achieve commercial production of biofuels through pyrolysis. In this issue of Biofuel Research Journal, Dr. Ali Imran (University of Twente & King Abdullah University of Science & Technology) and his coauthrs take us through the details of various catalysts developed with unique properties for enhanced formation of desirable compounds by pyrolysis. They emphasize that the way forward is to develop more dedicated catalysts suitable for industrial scale operations. Cover art by BiofuelResJ.

 

June Issue of Biofuel Research Journal is Out!

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Volume 5, Issue 2

BRJ's June issue features outstanding biofuel research, and perspectives across the journal's broad scope. The issue highlights important fundamental research in genetic engineering in biofuel production, green diesel production, and anaerobic digestion and  as well as research and perspectives in application of nanotechnology  in the biofuel industry. The editorial deals with the growing applications of nano-materials in different domains of the biofuel industry presenting successful examples of related applications. We hope you enjoy reading it.

Meisam Tabatabaei
Editor-in-Chief, BRJ

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IN THIS ISSUE
EDITORIAL


Towards nanotechnology-based biofuel industry

Abdul-Sattar Nizami and Mohammad Rehan

RESEARCH ARTICLE
Lipid accumulation from glucose and xylose in an engineered, naturally oleaginous strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Eric P. Knoshaug; Stefanie Van Wychen; Arjun Singh; Min Zhang

Magnetically recyclable nanocatalysts based on magnetite: an environmentally friendly and recyclable catalyst for esterification reactions
Vannia Cristina dos Santos-Durndell; Tailor Machado Peruzzolo; Geani Maria Ucoski; Luiz Pereira Ramos; Shirley Nakagaki

Start-up phase of a two-stage anaerobic co-digestion process: hydrogen and methane production from food waste and vinasse from ethanol industry
Grazielle Náthia-Neves; Thiago de Alencar Neves; Mauro Berni; Giuliano Dragone; Solange I. Mussatto; Tânia Forster-Carneiro

Green diesel production through simultaneous deoxygenation of palmitic acid and desulfurization of 4,6-Dimethyl-dibenzothiophene over commercial CoMo/Al2O3
Sunya Boonyasuwat and Jirdsak Tscheikuna


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The biofuel industry is rapidly growing with a promising role in producing renewable energy and tackling climate change. Nanotechnology has tremendous potential to achieve cost-effective and process-efficient biofuel industry. In this issue of Biofuel Research Journal, Dr. Abdul-Sattar Nizami (Associate Editor of Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews) and Mohammad Rehan (pp. 798-799) take us through the details of various nano-materials developed with unique properties for enhanced biofuel production/utilization. They emphasize that the way forward is to develop nanotechnology-based biofuel systems at industrial scale. Cover art by BiofuelResJ.


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March Issue of Biofuel Research Journal is Out!

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Last Updated on Friday, 30 March 2018 21:36 Written by Administrator Friday, 30 March 2018 17:11


Volume 5, Issue 1

BRJ's March issue showcases outstanding biofuel research, reviews, and perspectives across the journal's broad scope. The issue features important fundamental research in chemistry of fuel additives production and bioethanol production, as well as reviews and perspectives in environmental sustainability in the biofuel industry. BRJ`s review articles in this issue cover current status and future prospects of biofuel industry in Canada and different microalgal pretreatment for bioethanol production. The editorial deals with real-world challenges faced by the biofuel industry worldwide from the environmental sustainability point of view discussing instrumental tools to manage the associated concerns. We hope you enjoy reading it.

Meisam Tabatabaei
Editor-in-Chief, BRJ

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