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Scientists develop eco friendly ingredient from agricultural waste

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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 → 1 Oct 2019

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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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