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Microbial assemblage for solid waste bioremediation and valorization with an essence of bioengineering

Environmental solid waste bioremediation is a method of addressing polluted solid waste that requires changing environmental conditions to promote the growth of a diverse range of microorganisms and the destruction of the target contaminants. Bioengineering on a variety of microbial regimes has increased to bring new life to solid waste recycling and valorization. It restores the site with the emergence of potential microbial populations toward solid waste valorization utilizing agriculture solid waste, organic food waste, plastic solid waste, and several industrial solid waste streams. With the emergence of a wide variety of potential microbial assemblages, improving solid waste contamination tolerance efficiency, and solid waste degradability, it could assist in the establishment of a long-term management program for recycling growth. The current literature review focuses on solid waste remediation valorization using a broad range of microbial assemblages, with particular emphasis on bioengineering-based acceleration.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-24849-x


Application of Computer Simulation Technology in Practical Teaching of Bioengineering Specialty

Computer simulation technology has gradually become a commonly used science and technology in people's lives with the growth of information technology. Computer simulation technology has entered the field of education in recent years in order to raise practical learning in college teaching. A large number of practical activities can be carried out in a short amount of time using computer simulation technologies.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2991/978-94-6463-058-9_165


Bioengineering as a Vehicle to Increase the Entrepreneurial Mindset

The purpose of this chapter is to introduce readers to bioengineering and bioinspired design as a way to improve the entrepreneurial spirit of high school and college engineering students through integrated STEAM. Lesson's STEAM lesson plans for high school and college We have six integrated STEAM lesson plans for high school and college.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-17816-0_15


Advanced Bioengineering Applications with Eco-Technology Approach for Sustainable Development

Eco-scientific research has progressed in the form of examining academic and sectoral studies around the world. It has been said that significant contributions will be made in finding solutions to the productivity and efficiency challenges that arise in eco-technological bioengineering applications, particularly with the contribution of entrepreneurship ecosystem studies. Consequently, existing problem areas in bioengineering applications for sustainable growth should be identified and joint solution plans should be developed for the identified problem areas.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-23463-7_12


The dermal papilla dilemma and potential breakthroughs in bioengineering hair follicles

The de novo hair follicles' generation and expansion is the most daring hair replacement solution to alopecia. The discovery that the mesenchymal compartment of hair follicles, the dermal papilla, is the key signaling center and piece required for achieving this vision of hair follicle engineering, as well as the fibroblasts that make up the DP's vision of hair follicle engineering was released in the 1980s. Decades of research into the nature of DP fibroblasts in vitro and in vivo have resulted in the realization that hair follicle biology is complicated, and the dermal papilla is an enigma. Moreover, including keratinocytes in the mix to create hair follicle-like composite structures in a realistic time frame for patients is a long way away from a simple and inexpensive way to produce human hair follicles in a practical time frame for patients.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00441-022-03730-w


Soil bioengineering techniques for Mediterranean coastal dune restoration using autochthonous vegetation species

Native plants planted in combination with natural inert materials can be used to reduce the hydrogeological vulnerability in coastal risk areas, where soil bioengineering methods can be relied on. Monitoring results on plant growth parameters can help determine the suitability of the various species to be used in soil bioengineering experiments. This research, therefore, was designed to identify some Mediterranean herbaceous and shrubby plant species that could be used in coastal interventions, analyze various plant propagation methods, and short-term growth parameters, and provide valuable insight into field management practices prior and after transplanting. Poir phoenicea L. , Juniperus macrocarpa Sm. , Pistacia lentiscus L. , Tamarix africana Poir. Juniperus phoenicea L. , Juniperus macrocarpa Sm. , Pistacia lentiscus L. , Juniperus phoenicea L. , Juniperus phoenicea L. , Juniperus phoenicea L. , Juniperus phoena Poire phoenea L. The selected shrubs species were Ammophila arenaria Link, Sporobolus pungens Kunth, Agropyron junceum P. , and Tamarix gallica L. were the selected shrubs species; although Ammophila arenaria Link, Sporobolus pungens Kunth, Agropyron junceum P. , Ammophila arenaria Link, Spenceium gallica L. were the selected shrub species, while Ammophila Kunth Beauv. , Eryngium maritimum L. , Calystegia soldanella R. , Beauv. , Eryngium maritimum L. , Beauv.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11852-022-00912-0

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