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Researchers using plant fibres to develop green options for transport industry

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Article on researchers using plant fibres to develop green options for transport industry 

Period23 Feb 2018 → 29 Jan 2019

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TitleThese researchers have developed a biodegradable alternative to glass and carbon fibres
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletVentures Africa Online
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date29/01/19
DescriptionCoverage about bio-composites for cars which can reduce vehicle weight and lowers CO2 emissions
URLventuresafrica.com/researchers-at-the-university-of-portsmouth-have-developed-a-biodegradable-alternative-to-glass-and-carbon-fibres/
PersonsHom Dhakal
TitleNew Lightweight Bio-composite Using Date Palm Fiber Biomass for Automotive
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletAZO materials
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date10/01/19
DescriptionCoverage about bio-composites for cars which can reduce vehicle weight and lowers CO2 emissions
URLhttps://www.azom.com/news.aspx?newsID=50206
PersonsHom Dhakal
TitleNew Lightweight Bio-composite Using Date Palm Fiber Biomass for Automotive
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletOmnexus by SpecialChem
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date2/01/19
DescriptionCoverage about bio-composites for cars which can reduce vehicle weight and lowers CO2 emissions
URLhttps://omnexus.specialchem.com/news/product-news/new-lightweight-biocomposite-using-date-palm-fiber-biomass-000216881
PersonsHom Dhakal
TitleScientists Create Greener, Lightweight Auto Parts from Farming Leftovers
Media name/outletWorld Industrial Reporter
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date27/06/18
DescriptionReports on research by Hom Dhakal and collaborators using plant fibres to develop green options for transport industry
Producer/AuthorAruna Urs
URLhttps://worldindustrialreporter.com/scientists-create-greener-lightweight-auto-parts-from-farming-leftovers/
PersonsHom Dhakal
TitlePotential in date palm fibres
Media name/outletInnovation in Textiles
Media typeWeb
Date26/02/18
DescriptionReports on researchers developing lightweight materials from agriculture biomass which have the potential to provide farmers with extra income and reduce C02 emissions from the burning of waste.
Producer/AuthorInnovation in Textiles
URLhttps://www.innovationintextiles.com/composites/potential-in-date-palm-fibres/
PersonsHom Dhakal
TitleCould cars be grown on trees?
Media name/outletInstitution of Mechanical Engineers
Media typeWeb
Date23/02/18
DescriptionEngineers want to replace metal, plastic and carbon fibre with more sustainable alternatives. It could change how cars are made.
Producer/AuthorProfessional Engineering
URLwww.imeche.org/news/news-article/feature-could-cars-be-grown-on-trees
PersonsHom Dhakal

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