OXIPRO welcomes new talent with three early career researchers

OXIPRO partners are delighted to welcome onboard our newest early career researchers: Giorgia Liberati (REDINN); Ivan Dimitri (UAB); and Anna Kraaijeveld Enerstvedt (NORCE):     Giorgia Liberati (REDINN) Giorgia studied environmental engineering in Bologna, specialising in the circular economy, the design and monitoring of sustainable industrial processes, and environmental impact assessment methodologies. After graduating with an MSc in the application of statistical methods for the evaluation of anaerobic digestion process parameters and biotechnological enhancement of Mediterranean agro-wastes, Giorgia launched her...
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Enzyme solutions: Influencing Policies for Greener Products

Enzyme solutions in targeted consumer sectors can significantly reduce greenhouse gasses and increase product sustainability.   Four EU-funded sibling projects: EnXylaScope, FuturEnzyme, OXIPRO and RadicalZ, have just launched this policy brief to provide scientific insight to support and inform EC policy areas, including the European Green Deal and Bioeconomy strategies.   The policy brief outlines consumer concerns about the environment, the issues and challenges of specific industries in aligning with environmental, social and economic EC strategies, directives and policies, and how...
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A Climate-Neutral, Gender-Balanced Approach

Active Site Newsletter #4 - providing news and events on enzymes for greener products from OXIPRO and our sister projects EnXylaScope, FuturEnzymes and RadicalZ - is OUT NOW! This issue relates to the focus of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science which examines the role of women in the accomplishment of the Sustainable Development Goals. The editorial points out that: "In terms of scientific development, there is a clear gap between women’s interest in a sustainable world, and their opportunities...
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