Chemical engineers at the University of Groningen have developed a cost-saving, energy-efficient innovation for water authorities. The addition of coal dust makes sewage sludge easier to de-water and generates biomass that can be used as fuel. This will enable water authorities to save up to a few million euros a year.
Wetterskip Fryslân in Heerenveen is currently running a large-scale test with the new working method.
George Azzopardi and Guru Swaroop Bennabhaktula from the Faculty of Science and Engineering have won the Ben Feringa Impact Award 2023 for their project ‘4NSEEK; Forensic Against Sexual Exploitation of Children’. In the ‘students’ category, Nine van...
During her scientific career, Jeanine Olsen has collaborated closely with the University of Gothenburg in her research on different species of brown algae and seagrass.
Dr. Jagoda Slawinska of the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials receives an M1 grant and Prof. Eline Tolstoy of the Kapteyn Astronomical Institute an M-invest grant.
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