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Turning old coffee waste into cleaner biofuels – Science Daily News


Future Americano, cappuccino and latte drinkers could help produce the raw material for a greener biofuel that would reduce our reliance on diesel from fossil fuels.

Purpose-grown feedstocks (used to extract oils) for biodiesels are controversial because of their cost and the demand they place on land and water. However, spent coffee grounds, which have a high calorific value, offer a good low-cost alternative feedstock. However, most used coffee grounds are currently just dumped. In 2014 more than nine million tonnes of spent coffee grounds were sent to landfill.

Although a small number of businesses are using spent coffee grounds to make biofuels, researchers at Lancaster University have found a way to significantly improve the efficiency of the process- vastly increasing biofuel from coffee’s commercial competitiveness.

The chemical engineers have consolidated the existing multi-stage process into one step (known as in-situ transesterification), please read on —>
http://rockstarseo.ca/turning-old-coffee-waste-into-cleaner-biofuels-sciencedaily-news/

The success of the plant-eating dinosaurs – Science Daily news


There has been a long debate about why dinosaurs were so successful. Say dinosaur, and most people think of the great flesh-eaters such as Tyrannosaurus rex, but the most successful dinosaurs were of course the plant-eaters.

A new study from the University of Bristol, led by Masters of Palaeobiology student Eddy Strickson, has presented clear evidence about how plant-eating dinosaurs evolved.

In the rich dinosaur deposits of North America, hundreds of skeletons of plant-eaters are found for every T. rex. But how did they survive and proliferate? Was it down to innovation or stimulus by plant evolution?

Eddy Strickson said: “The plant-eating ornithopods showed four evolutionary bursts; one in the middle of the Jurassic, and the other three in a cluster around 80 million years ago in the Late Cretaceous. This was down to innovation in their jaws and improved efficiency.”

Plants were evolving fast during the Mesozoic, with the rise of cycads, conifers, and Read on —>
http://rockstarseo.ca/the-success-of-the-plant-eating-dinosaurs-sciencedaily/

Survival Books – Hack Your Survival: 100 Tips For Smart Survivalist


If you are the kind of person who loves going out on adventures then you should definitely give this book a read. This is the book which is wriiten for all those people out there who are planning on going out in the wild. There are chances that you might get lost. And even if you don’t you should still know ways that can help you survive through such conditions. This book has been written in order to make the readers familiar with the ways which can be adopted in order to survive alone in the woods without any support.

This book is divided in to seven different chapters. Each chapter describes significant things that should be kept in mind in order to save yourself from the extreme conditions which a person can face when he or she is alone in dangerous situation. There are chapters which give some useful and essential tips which are necessary. Every person should be aware of some very important hacks and all of them are mentioned here in this book. These hacks read on —->
http://rockstarseo.ca/amazon-books-hack-your-survival-100-tips-for-smart-survivalist/