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NEWS

Production has to be in a single, continuous flow in which waste stream is added at one end and, via enzymatic photobiocatalysis with the algae enzymes, is converted into fuel that comes out at the other end, explains Associate Professor Selin Kara (right). Photo: Jesper Bruun

2019.12.13 | Department of Engineering

Rare algae enzyme to convert cooking oil into ready-to-use biofuel

Researchers have found an unusual, light-dependent enzyme in microalgae. A new project at the Department of Engineering, Aarhus University, will use the enzyme in a system to produce drop-in fuels from waste oils and fats.

"This is the first time anyone has tried to find a cheaper or corresponding composite solution, but it’s not easy, because the conditions are so harsh," says Simon Heide-Jørgensen, industrial postdoc on the project. Photo: Anders Trærup.

2019.12.12 | Department of Engineering

Composite to replace cast iron in harsh maritime environments

Inside the massive engines in the world's largest ships are huge heat exchangers made of cast iron. For the first time, a new research project is looking for an inexpensive composite substitute for the classical iron components, which can cost vast sums to maintain.

The project could "be a huge achievement for the chemicals industry as a whole, as chemical synthesis today is very polluting," says Associate Professor Selin Kara. Photo: Ida Jensen, AU Foto.

2019.12.11 | Department of Engineering

She uses mushroom enzyme and light to create green chemicals

By combining nature's own reactions, Associate Professor Selin Kara from the Department of Engineering at Aarhus University aims to develop a fully green and sustainable production process for chemicals.

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