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Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials
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Bioecomaterials from agri-wastes

5th World Congress on Biotechnology

M A Martin-Luengo, M Ramos, M Yates, F Plou, J L Lacomba, G Reilly, C Vervaet, J L Tarterra, B Fite Luis, G Garcia, J Concha, A Urzainki, E SaezRojo, A M Mart?nez Serrano, L Vega Argomaniz and A Civantos

ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Biotechnol Biomater

DOI: 10.4172/2155-952X.S1.027

Sub-products from the agricultural industry are being employed as renewable low cost raw materials in the design of Bioecomaterials for use in a number of industrial processes of great interest. These materials can compete with conventional ones since with this process a sustainable cycle is closed, in which the residues of one industry are used as raw materials in the same or other industries. Hereby, the applications as scaffolds and supports for enzymatic processes will be presented.This work is based on the collaboration among Spanish, English and Belgian research groups and various industries interested in the transformation of their residues into ?value added materials?, with whom various research projects have been and are being sponsored.
M A Martin-Luengo, graduated in Chemistry (UAM, Spain) in 1980, presented her Master on oxidation catalysts and phD on supported metal catalysts (CSIC, Spain) in 1981 and 1983 respectively, with highest qualifications. She then worked till 1987 in England and Belgium and in 1987 obtained a fellowship IA to work on Fischer Tropsch processes (SERC, England). In 1992 she gained a permanent position of Research Scientist in the CSIC of Spain. Nowadays she carries out research on environmental issues and has 100 papers and patents and is member of several scientific societies, amongst them SECA T, RSC and ACS.