IBS Symposium 2019BIOMIMIC was recently presented at the 23 International biohydrometallurgical symposium in Fukuoka in Japan.

Karin Willquist presented how we have been able to increase the sulfate reduction rate, selectively precipitate metals and achieved increase biosorption rates of Vanadium as model metal by modifying biohydrochar with for example red mud.
The presentation received interest from the scientific society and several new collaboration opportunities were discussed.

IBS, the International Biohydrometallurgy Symposium,  is a biannual global conference on biohydrometallurgy, bioremediation and related subjects.

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