Humans emit about 30 billion tonnes of CO2 each year through their energy requirements, which has important negative consequences for climate change. The move towards a different “greener” society is inevitable.
In this project, we propose the development of a tool based on performance indicators, which will allow monitoring and evaluating gender roles and inequalities in scientific events in Europe to address the underrepresentation of women.
Nanocellulose production by bacteria is an interesting, ecofriendly alternative to cellulose production from wood, based on the capacity of a number of bacteria to excrete cellulose filaments with the characteristic of nanocellulose (10-100 nm wid
The sectors and technologies which drive the Green Economy, such as wind and solar energy, low-carbon transport, clean energy vehicles, fuel efficient infrastructure and recycling facilities, are all dependent on steel-based products.
Our research group has been working for many years in yeast science using a multidisciplinary approach to understand their microbial, physiological and molecular behavior as well as their genetics and evolution.