For the optimisation of anaerobic digestion, Applied Nanoparticles is developing the trace element supplementation BioGAS+, a patented and registered nanotechnology-based innovation that obtains the highest ever-reported improvement of biogas production. BioGAS+ contributes directly to the metabolism of microbes, with the doses of bioavailable iron that needs the microbe at each moment. This is a paradigm shift in the prevalent solutions for optimisation.
As we take the last steps from the laboratory to the market and putting our solution in context, Applied Nanoparticles publishes a BioGAS+ Newsletter, a monthly compilation and
overview of cutting-edge anaerobic digestion industry news in the context of global energy transition and new multipolar world.
April Contents: 2020, The Climate Turning Point: experts identify the year 2020 as a game changing opportunity to turn the tide on the devastating impacts of carbon emissions; the next four years are critical to the future of our planet | Potential of biogas from digestion in EU beyond 2020: biogas can be a flexible and sustainable alternative source of energy, which supports energy security and greenhouse gas emission reduction in electricity, heating and transport | How digitalization is changing energy markets: entering the brave new world of the energy, “the new internet”
We wish to share with you some free ebooks (and videos) that contributes to the public divulgation of the nanoscience and nanotechnology. Alternatively, you can also buy paper editions of this books.
All of them where written and illustrated by some of the co-founders of Applied Nanoparticles, and are publicly accesible in the Internet Archive, a non-profit library that offers permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format.
Access to this collection of nanoscience and nanotechnology ebooks (and videos) here.
This time we highlight the book “Nano-Oncology, the Turning Point: Discover the Wave of Knowledge that Makes Fighting Cancer with Nanotechnology Real” by Pr. Victor Puntes and Josep Saldaña Cavallé, and designed by Joan Escofet; with foreword by Simò Schwartz and contribution by Miriam Varon.
Just a little quote from the foreword by Simo Schwartz, Director Cibbim-Nanomedicine, Vall d'Hebron Institut de Recerca (VHIR): “If nanotechnology refers to the design, production and application of structured materials, devices and systems at the nanometric scale, nanomedicine refers to their uses in diagnostics and treatments in the medical practice. Far from the public perception that nanotechnology and nanomedicine are still trending topics of science fiction, a new emerging reality is deepening its roots in our society and people begins to realize that a new giant wave is going to smash our shores in the form of a technological revolution... and the impact might even go beyond imagination.”
Enjoy the reading!
The first RNB (Responsible Nano breakfast) took place on the 1st of March morning in Brussels organized by COMPASS European-funded project that supports Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) or businesses in three emerging technology industries to manage their research, development and innovation activities in a responsible and inclusive manner
Our case study was one of the winners: “They made it! Inspiring testimonial from a company which integrated RRI principles in their activity: Applied Nanoparticles SL”
El Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad ha concedido a Applied Nanoparticles SL una ayuda en el marco de la convocatoria Horizonte Pyme 2015