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Bioprocessing 
Size reduction and separation of biomass for energy production and bio-products.


   

Recent Publications

Bioprocessing Approaches to Synthesize Biobased Surfactants and Detergents.  Hayes, D. G.  2012.  Food and Industrial Bioproducts and Bioprocessing, N.T. Dunford, Ed., Ames, IA, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 243-266.

Bioprocessing Methods to Prepare Biobased Surfactants for Pharmaceutical Products.  Hayes, D. G.  2011.  American Pharmaceutical Review 14 (3) 8-16.

Expert Webinar - Biosurfactants: Cost Effective, Healthier and Sustainable Surfactants Hayes, D. G., P. Somasundaran, and E. Acosta.  2011.  Knovel Webinar, 10/25/11, 151 attendees, 257 registrants.

Mammary gland and milk biosynthesis: Nature’s virtual bioprocessing factory.  Chandan, R.C., D. A. Patel, R. A. Almeida, and S. P. Oliver.  2008.  pp. 59-74 In: Dairy Processing Technology and Quality Assurance, Ramesh C. Chandan, Arun Kilara and N. P. Shah, Eds., Blackwell Publishing, Iowa, USA.

Informational website “Bioprocessing” with emphasis on biomass size reduction and separation Womac, A. R., C.M. Goode, and J. Wei.  2005.  http://web.utk.edu/~jwei/bioprocessing/.

Selecting Fans for Bioprocessing Applications.  Buschermohle, M. J.  2003.  UT Extension.

Selecting Pumps for Bioprocessing Applications.  Buschermohle, M. J.  2003.  UT Extension.