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    QIBEBT Develops Cathode Materials for Li-O2 Batteries | 2013-02-16
    The lithium-air battery, which has a comparable theoretical energy density with gasoline, has been considered one of the most promising energy storage devices for electric vehicles.
      High over-potential and short cycle life-times represent two major challenges to develop the currently investig...more
    QIBEBT Announced a Novel Microalgal Mass Cultivation Technology | 2012-11-28
    The microalga was considered as the most potential feedstocks for sustainable biofuel industry. However, the commercialization of microalgal biofuel was heavily restrained by the conventional aqueous-suspended cultivation methods (open ponds and closed photobioreactors) due to the energy loss in ...more
    Effective Conversion of Lignocellulose into Value-added Cellulosic Materials | 2012-11-20
    With the increasing scarcity of global fossil fuel resources, the synthetic fibers will be more and more restricted. Therefore, in order to meet the market demand, the development of the abundant, biodegradable, environmental friendly fiber materials with diverse functions has been paid extensive...more
    High Performance Computing Applied to QIBEBT’s Computational Metagenomic Research | 2012-11-26
    The microbial communities have played key roles in many bioenergy generation processes in nature, such as cellulose degradation and methane production. Metagenomics is based on direct sequencing of all microbes in the community, thus overcomes the difficulties in cultivation of microbes. As such,...more
    QIBEBT Established a Pilot Platform for Lignocelluloses Pretreatment and Saccharification | 2012-11-20
    To overcome the problems of the high energy consumption, low efficiency, and hard separation of the main components of lignocelluloses, a novel dynamically extrusion pretreatment technology was developed by Green ChemoCatalysis Group led by Prof. MU Xindong, at Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and ...more
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