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  • Hu Receives Best Paper/Presentation Award

    Michael Hu of Oak Ridge National Laboratory received a best paper/presentation award for his work titled, “Surface functionalized nanomaterials for separation processing of crude and aqueous fractions of biooils” at the American Chemical Society meeting in New Orleans in March 2018.  This project is part … Read More

  • Direct Funding Opportunity Announcement

    The Bioprocessing Separations Consortium National Laboratory team is releasing a request for proposals for industrial applicants to utilize a Direct Funding Opportunity and perform collaborative bioprocess-related separations development efforts using the National Labs’ capabilities. The submission deadline is July 6, 2018. Read More

  • Separations Consortium Researchers Publish Manuscript Detailing in situ Product Recovery

    Separations Consortium Biochemical Team researchers co-authored a recently published article in Green Chemistry detailing in situ product recovery, which minimizes solvent loss and enhances productivity through toxin removal. The authors report a liquid liquid extraction-based system integrated with downstream separations to recover free carboxylic acids, exemplary bioproducts.  The researchers also … Read More

  • Bioprocessing Separations Consortium and AltSep Partner to Gather Feedback from Industry on Research Priorities

    On May 23, 2017 the Bioprocessing Separations Consortium partnered with AltSep to engage in discussions with industrial participants in a workshop on topics including how existing technologies can be applied to separations challenges unique to bioprocessing, working with national laboratories, and future … Read More

  • DOE Bioenergy Technologies Office Launches Multi-Lab Consortium to Advance Separations Technology

    The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) announced the establishment of the Bioenergy Separations Consortium (BioESep)—a consortium of eight DOE national laboratories leading coordinated research to move cost-effective, high-performing separations technologies to market. Separations processes can involve physical processes, like separating solids … Read More

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