- Research Grants
Cristiane Akemi Uchima in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
The continuous use of fossil fuels reflects in global warming and generates worries regarding its availability. Bioethanol appears as an attractive option of renewable and cleaner energy source. The increase in Brazilian bioethanol production may come from sugar cane bagasse, which is sustainable and suitable to be converted into biofuels. The cristallinity of the plant cell wall can be...
The bioethanol production appears as an attractive option to reduce the use of non renewable petroleum-based sources. The increase in Brazilian bioethanol production can be provided from sugarcane bagasse, an agricultural residue that is sustainable and suitable to be converted into biofuels. The plant biomass recalcitrance can be circumvented with physical or chemical pretreatments, to...
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