Dewatering by membrane separation is a sustainable and efficient alternative for drying biomaterials.
The aim of the Electrified project is to establish new technologies for future key technologies for biomass dewatering.
This project develops nanofiltration membranes and membrane modules for alkaline-alcohol media at high pH for the purification of ethanol and caustic.
In this webinar, part of the EFCE spotlight talks series, you will be updated on research on some emerging electrically-driven dewatering and drying principles including their future applications.
This research proposes a method to create ingredient formulations based on their functional properties rather than of what they are composed.
This year, the ISPT Conference proudly collaborates with the Port of Rotterdam (PoR). A promising co-production, as the 3 major transitions we are working on come together in the Port of...
While one-third of all food production goes to waste, food security remains a significant challenge. How can we increase food production without damaging the environment?
The transition towards more plant-based ingredients and products holds promise for sustainability goals. However, it is often associated with increased energy use. How can we overcome this challenge?
The energy use in industry due to drying operations is significant, accounting for about 15% of the total industrial energy consumption. How can we advance its energy efficiency?
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Long Term Programme is a unique programme in which universities and companies work together to create a sustainable process industry.
The recently conducted Novel Process Routes project has culminated in a significant stride toward sustainable food processing.
Several partners are working towards a 50% reduction of energy use developing novel process routes in food processing.
Mass spectrometry (MS) – based techniques were used to investigate the metabolome of raw, cooked and processed asparagus materials.
The residual flow of white asparagus is very suitable for spray-drying into powder.
In this thesis, the process of yellow pea from structured seed to structured product is investigated.
Project Energy Efficient Protein Transition (EProTrans) investigates the processing of several mixed plant-based streams to produce plant-based proteins.
The DRAGONS Egg-project aims to unravel the dynamics of atomisation behaviour in drying and agglomeration of the droplet.
Joanne Siccama, researcher from the Waste2Taste project, discovered that the residual flow of white asparagus is very suitable for spray-drying into powder.
Fascinating publiceert haar eerste online terugblik over 2021-2022. Wat heeft het programma de afgelopen jaren in gang kunnen zetten?
According to Anne van der Zwaan, replacements of current plants leads to an insurmountable loss of capital. How do we optimize the existing process lines while maintaining the best possible...
Het Agri-food-nature Transition Model (ATM) is een open online rekenmodel waarmee de samenhang tussen landbouw, voeding en natuur inzichtelijk wordt.
De verduurzaming van de Nederlandse industrie is een monsterklus. Hoe gaan we die klaren voor 2050?