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Research Group: Bioenergy and Organic Resources

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The Group is internationally recognised for its work on anaerobic digestion, both as a means of stabilising wastes and for the production of renewable energy from agricultural crops and residues.

Group Overview

There are around 30 researchers in the group from 14 countries who are involved in research on:

  • Biomass energy
  • Anaerobic digestion
  • Algal Biofuels
  • Nutrient management
  • Energy footprint modelling
  • Waste water treatment
  • Waste management
  • Sustainable agriculture 

For further details of the group's activities go to Bioenergy and Organic Resources Research Group web pages using the link on the right.

Contact details:

Professor Charles J Banks
Tel. +44 (0)23 8059 4650
Fax +44 (0)23 8067 7519
Email cjb@soton.ac.uk

Publications

Key Publications

Research Staff

Related Projects

List of related projects to Bioenergy and Organic Resources
Related ProjectsStatus
Development of improved perennial non-food biomass and bioproduct crops for water-stressed environments (WATBIO)Active
All-Gas: Industrial scale demonstration of sustainable algae cultures for biofuel productionActive
Biocycle - Research, Monitoring and Evaluation of the South Shropshire DigesterActive
BV Dairies KTPActive
CROPGEN - Renewable Energy from Crops and Agro-wastesActive
Effective mass transfer of hydrogen into digester mixed liquor for biomethanisation of biogas CO2Active
EU - China Cooperation for Liquid Fuels Active
Integrated Systems for Farm Diversification into Energy Production by Anaerobic Digestion: Implications for Rural Development, Land Use & EnvironmentActive
Measuring stability of digestates from AD of source-segregated biodegradable waste and manuresActive
Optimising processes for the stable operation of food waste digestionActive
SUE Waste Project 3 - Appropriate scales and technologies for bioprocessing of organic urban wastes including energy production from anaerobic digestionActive
TRIF Auto - Evaluating the effect of autoclaving on the rate of bioprocessing of wasteActive
TRIF MBR - Anaerobic membrane reactor technology for biodegradable waste stabilisationActive
TRIF PS - Particle size requirements for effective bioprocessing of biodegradable municipal wasteActive
VALORGAS - Valorisation of food waste to biogasActive
Water Availability and the Production of Biofuels - An Integrated AssessmentActive
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