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Scientists develop eco friendly ingredient from agricultural waste

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  • Pattanathu Rahman

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Research led by Pat Rahman discovered a way of using one of the world's most abundant natural resources as a replacement for manmade chemicals in soaps and thousands of other household products

Period23 Sep 2019 → 16 Mar 2020

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TitleTurning Agricultural Waste into Laundry Detergent
Media name/outletInternational Environmental Technology
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date16/03/20
DescriptionCoverage on Pattanathu Rahman, a microbial biotechnologist from the Centre for Enzyme Innovation who collaborates with an international team to develop an enzyme produced from agricultural waste that could be used as an important additive in laundry detergents
URLhttps://www.envirotech-online.com/news/environmental-laboratory/7/breaking-news/turning-agricultural-waste-into-laundry-detergent/51663
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleEnzyme benefits from agricultural waste
Media name/outletThai Rath Online
Media typeWeb
CountryThailand
Date5/03/20
DescriptionArticle on Pattanathu Rahman who collaborates with an international team to develop an enzyme produced from agricultural waste that could be used as an important additive in laundry detergents
URLhttps://www.thairath.co.th/news/foreign/1786810
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleScientists clean up with latest research
Degree of recognitionLocal
Media name/outletThe News
Media typePrint
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date28/02/20
DescriptionNewspaper coverage of Pattanathu Rahman, a microbial biotechnologist from the Centre for Enzyme Innovation who collaborates with an international team to develop an enzyme produced from agricultural waste that could be used as an important additive in laundry detergents
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleProduction of detergents using agricultural waste
Media name/outletIranian Students' News Agency
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date27/02/20
DescriptionCoverage of Pattanathu Rahman, a microbial biotechnologist from the Centre for Enzyme Innovation who collaborates with an international team to develop an enzyme produced from agricultural waste that could be used as an important additive in laundry detergents
URLtiny.cc/nk1vkz
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleScientists Recycle Agricultural Waste into Laundry Enzymes
Media name/outletLabiotech
Media typeWeb
CountryGermany
Date27/02/20
DescriptionArticle on Pattanathu Rahman, a microbial biotechnologist from the Centre for Enzyme Innovation, who collaborates with an international team to develop an enzyme produced from agricultural waste that could be used as an important additive in laundry detergents
Producer/AuthorLaura Cowen
URLhttps://www.labiotech.eu/industrial/laundry-enzyme-agricultural-waste/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleChemical Non-toxic Material from Biotechnology Development
Media name/outletKoran Jakarta
Media typeWeb
CountryIndonesia
Date1/10/19
DescriptionCoverage of Pat Rahman's research which managed to find a method using one of the most abundant natural resources in the world as a substitute for man-made chemicals. This material is commonly used in soaps and thousands of other household products.
URLwww.koran-jakarta.com/bahan-nontoksin-kimiawi-dari-pengembangan-bioteknologi/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleWaste of Rice Straw Helps to Produce Biosurfacant – A Recent Research
Media name/outletSpecial Chem 4 Coatings Ingredients
Media typeWeb
CountryFrance
Date1/10/19
DescriptionCoverage of research led by Pat Rahman which has discovered a way of using one of the world's most abundant natural resources as a replacement for manmade chemicals in soaps and thousands of other household products
URLhttps://coatings.specialchem.com/news/industry-news/waste-rice-straw-biosurfacant-recent-research-000219622
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleSustainable Cleaning Products Summit Europe
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletHousehold and Personal Products Industry Online
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date30/09/19
DescriptionCoverage of Pat Rahman at the European edition of the Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit in Paris giving a workshop highlighting the current and future use of these chemicals in detergents and cleaning products
Producer/AuthorHappi
URLhttps://www.happi.com/contents/view_breaking-news/2019-09-30/sustainable-cleaning-products-summit-europe-566132/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleSoap Being Made From Waste
Media name/outletCleanLink
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date30/09/19
DescriptionCoverage of Scientists, including Pat Rahman at the University of Portsmouth, who have created a soap from straw and agricultural waste.
Producer/AuthorForbes
URLhttps://www.cleanlink.com/news/article/Soap-Being-Made-From-Waste--24535
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleSustainable Cleaning Products Summit Europe
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletGlobal Print Monitor
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date29/09/19
DescriptionCoverage of the Green and Biosufactants Workshop presented by Pat Rahman, relating to research into green chemicals
URLglobalprintmonitor.info/en/tech/technology/sustainability/30801-sustainable-cleaning-products-summit-europe
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleUniversity leading groundbreaking research
Degree of recognitionLocal
Media name/outletThe News
Media typePrint
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date24/09/19
DescriptionCoverage of research led by Pat Rahman which has discovered a way of using one of the world's most abundant natural resources as a replacement for man-made chemicals in soaps and thousands of other household products
URLhttps://printmonitoringservice.vuelio.co.uk/file/displaypdf?articleid=979156&clientname=80796_UniversityofPortsmouth_PRINT&filename=466285405.pdf
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleBiosurfacant Derived from Rice Straw as Alternative to Chemicals in Soaps
Media name/outletAZO Cleantech
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date24/09/19
DescriptionResearch led by Pat Rahman has found a way to use one of the world’s most copious natural resources as a substitute for human-made chemicals in soaps and thousands of other domestic items
URLhttps://www.azocleantech.com/news.aspx?newsID=26630
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleSoap From Agricultural Waste Could Clean Your Body And The Environment
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletForbes
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date24/09/19
DescriptionArticle covering Pat Rahman's research which has led to a way of making soap from straw and other agricultural waste, and using bacteria to create the soap.
Producer/AuthorJeff Kart
URLhttps://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffkart/2019/09/24/soap-from-agricultural-waste-could-clean-your-body-and-the-environment/#336d422644f1
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleSoap From Agricultural Waste Could Clean Your Body And The Environment
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletThe World News Monitor
Media typeWeb
CountryAustria
Date24/09/19
DescriptionArticle covering research led by Pat Rahman that has found a way of using one of the world's most abundant natural resources as a replacement for manmade chemicals in soaps and thousands of other household products
URLhttps://world-news-monitor.com/environment/2019/09/24/soap-from-agricultural-waste-could-clean-your-body-and-the-environment/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleRice hips instead of petroleum
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletDeutschlandfunk Nova Online
Media typeWeb
CountryGermany
Date24/09/19
DescriptionCoverage of Pat Rahman's research which has resulted in a cheap and therefore a viable alternative to petroleum-based surfactants
URLhttps://www.deutschlandfunknova.de/nachrichten/kosmetik-reishalme-statt-erdoel
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleSoap from straw: Scientists develop eco friendly ingredient from agricultural waste
Media name/outletSpy Ghana
Media typeWeb
CountryGhana
Date23/09/19
DescriptionScientists lead by Pat Rahman have discovered a way of using one of the world’s most abundant natural resources as a replacement for manmade chemicals in soaps and thousands of other household products.
Producer/AuthorIke Dzokpo
URLhttps://www.newsghana.com.gh/soap-from-straw-scientists-develop-eco-friendly-ingredient-from-agricultural-waste/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleScientists Develops How To Make Soap From Rice Straw
Media name/outletElombah.com
Media typeWeb
CountryNigeria
Date23/09/19
DescriptionResearch led by Pat Rahman discovered a way of using one of the world's most abundant natural resources as a replacement for manmade chemicals in soaps and thousands of other household products
URLhttps://elombah.com/scientists-develops-how-to-make-soap-from-rice-straw/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleSoap from straw – Indian scientists develop eco friendly ingredient from agricultural waste
Media name/outletThe SME Times
Media typeWeb
CountryIndia
Date23/09/19
DescriptionScientists, including Pat Rahman, have discovered a way of using one of the world’s most abundant natural resources as a replacement for man made chemicals in soaps and thousands of other household products
URLthesmetimes.com/soap-from-straw-indian-scientists-develop-eco-friendly-ingredient-from-agricultural-waste/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleSoap from straw: Scientists develop eco friendly ingredient from agricultural waste
Media name/outletThe Long Room
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date23/09/19
DescriptionAn innovative research project, led by the University of Portsmouth, has demonstrated that bails of rice straw could create a 'biosurfacant', providing an alternative non-toxic ingredient in the production of a vast variety of products that normally include synthetic materials which are often petroleum based.
URLhttps://www.longroom.com/discussion/1637538/soap-from-straw-scientists-develop-eco-friendly-ingredient-from-agricultural-waste
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleSoap from Straw – Scientists Develop Eco Friendly Ingredient from Agric Waste
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletAfrican Eye Report
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date23/09/19
DescriptionScientists, including Pat Rahman of UoP, have discovered a way of using one of the world’s most abundant natural resources as a replacement for manmade chemicals in soaps and thousands of other household products.
URLhttps://africaneyereport.com/soap-from-straw-scientists-develop-eco-friendly-ingredient-from-agric-waste/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleSoap from straw – Indian scientists develop eco friendly ingredient from agricultural waste
Media name/outletIndia Education Diary
Media typeWeb
CountryIndia
Date23/09/19
DescriptionAn innovative research project, led by the University of Portsmouth, has demonstrated that bails of rice straw could create a ‘biosurfacant’, providing an alternative non-toxic ingredient in the production of a vast variety of products that normally include synthetic materials which are often petroleum based.
URLindiaeducationdiary.in/soap-from-straw-indian-scientists-develop-eco-friendly-ingredient-from-agricultural-waste/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman

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