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Dr Jaime Massanet-Nicolau's research interests involve adapting microbial processes to produce fuel and other useful compounds from waste materials and biomass. He develops anaerobic digestion methodologies that can cope with ‘real world’, structurally complex biomass types including, food waste, crop residues and wastewater biosolids. He also collaborates with colleagues in SERC on novel ways to integrate anaerobic digestion with emerging bio-energy technologies such as microbial fuel cells, microbial electrolysis cells and electrochemical separation.


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