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Volume 6, Issue 3

BRJ's September issue showcases outstanding biofuel research and review articles across the journal's broad scope. The issue features a comprehensive review articles on green liquid fuels from a microbial perspective as well as original research articles on microbial lipase-nanoparticle conjugates as robust catalysts for biodiesel production, an integrated platform including UASB reactor technology for energy recovery in the pulp and paper industry, and a novel combination of inoculum and pretreatment for biohydrogen production from fruit/vegetables wastes.

 

We are also pleased to share with you that CiteScore Tracker for Biofuel Research Journal, as per 25 September 2019, is already at 5.06; higher than its most recent annual value of 4.30 (2018).


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IN THIS ISSUE
REVIEW
A review on green liquid fuels for the transportation sector: a prospect of microbial solutions to climate change
Hamed Kazemi Shariat Panahi; Mona Dehhaghi; James E. Kinder; Thaddeus Chukwuemeka Ezeji

RESEARCH ARTICLES
Candida rugosa lipase nanoparticles as robust catalyst for biodiesel production in organic solvents

Rohit Kumar Sharma; Crystal A. O'Neill; Hector A.R. Ramos; Bibek Thapa; Vanessa C. Barcelo-Bovea; Kavita Gaur; Kai Griebenow

An integrated approach to explore UASB reactors for energy recycling in pulp and paper industry: a case study in Brazil

Samuel Fontenelle Ferreira; Luz Selene Buller; Mauro Donizeti Berni; Sergio Valdir Bajay; Tânia Forster-Carneiro

Fermentative biohydrogen production from a novel combination of vermicompost as inoculum and mild heat-pretreated fruit and vegetable waste

María J. Pascualone; Marcos B. Gómez Costa; Pablo R. Dalmasso




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There have been on-going debates over microbial production routes of various liquid fuels against their synthetic counterparts; highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of each! In this issue of Biofuel Research Journal, a comprehensive review paper by an international collaboration elaborates on the different aspects of various green liquid fuel from a microbial perspective. In the cover image, borrowing the most famous soliloquy in the works of William Shakespeare 'To be or not to be', the microbes of different type surrounded by a solid environment representing the synthetic world stress on their advantages in pulling it off! Cover art by BiofuelResJ.


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The June Issue of Biofuel Research Journal is out!

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The June Issue of Biofuel Research Journal is out!

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Despite the high biosorption capacity of microalgae, freely suspended microalgae is not attractive because of a number of disadvantages, i.e., small particle size, low chemical resistance, low mechanical strength, and difficulty in separation of biomass from the treated effluent. However, these shortcomings can be addressed by using immobilized microalgae in a biosorption packed bed. In this issue of Biofuel Research Journal, Dr. Kamoru A. Salam comprehensively reviews the essentials of microalgal biosorption for treating effluents containing heavy metals. He presents and critically discusses the different immobilization techniques used to enhance this process with a focus on cross-linking as the most promising approach. The author emphasizes that an ideal microalgal biosorbent should exhibit high sorption capacity, rapid sorption rate, good mechanical stability, high chemical resistance, easy separability, and reusability to ensure a cost effective and sustainable biosorption process. Cover art by BiofuelResJ


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