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Short service interruption on Thursday, 2 December, 12.00

On Thursday, 2 December, 12.00 – 13.00, there will be a short service interruption in the Research Collection. During this time, you won’t be able to upload new documents or edit existing records. The login will be deactivated during this time. Reason: maintenance work

Open access – Don’t miss the deadline for funding applications

Open access funding: the deadline for funding applications for articles in subscription journals is 14 December 2021. Read more

Coffee Lectures: new knowledge in ten minutes

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  1. Enzymatic degradation of Chlorella vulgaris cell wall improved protein bioaccessibility while preserving lipid oxidative stability 

    Canelli, Greta; Kuster, Isabelle; Maude Hauser, Billie; et al. (2021)
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  2. Emerging technologies to improve protein and lipid bioaccessibilities in microalgae while preserving lipid oxidative stability 

    Canelli, Greta; Dionisi, Fabiola; Bolten, Christoph J.; et al. (2021)
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  3. Delivering bioaccessible and stable ω3-PUFAs by using whole microalgae cells 

    Canelli, Greta; Dionisi, Fabiola; Bolten, Christoph J.; et al. (2021)
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  4. Microalgae for the production of omega-3 fatty acids 

    Canelli, Greta; Mathys, Alexander (2021)
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  5. Uncertainty, variability, price changes and their implications on a regional building materials industry: The case of Swiss canton Argovia 

    Meglin, Ronny; Kytzia, Susanne; Habert, Guillaume (2022)
    Journal of Cleaner Production
    There is an increasing effort of the cement and concrete industry to increase material efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions. Several strategies have been identified to achieve this goal, but the implementation of a circular economy (CE) strategy is being pursued most actively by governments and public organizations to increase material efficiency and improve sustainability in the construction industry. This transition to a CE, however, is ...
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