Biological Processing and Bioproducts

Research includes bioenergy and biorefinery systems, bionanotechnology, synthetic biology, food processing, particulates, fermentation, pharmaceuticals, and sustainable business strategies for biorenewables.

Biological and food process engineering researchers working in the department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.

In the coming decades biomass will play a critical role in sustainable development, serving as our only renewable resource for carbon-based chemicals, and providing a practical alternative to petrochemical transportation fuels.

Provide Guidance to Small Scale Pellet Producers

Inactivation of pathogenic and spoilage microorganisms by using novel processing technologies such as Ozone, Electrolyzed oxidizing (EO) water, Irradiation, Pulsed UV-light, Super critical carbon dioxide.

Thermochemical Performance of Regionally Important Feedstocks