Achim Kohler has participated at the International Advisory Board Meeting of the Faculty of Fisheries and Protection of Waters of the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice and the South Bohemian Research Center of Aquaculture and Biodiversity of Hydrocenoses.
Will fungi be fish feed of the future? Fungi, algae and fat from pigs can turn waste residues into sustainable fish-feed ingredients. Experts believe that biotechnology based on molds could provide ten billion people with enough food and clothing without destroying the environment.
Making the most of forestry waste Fungi growing on waste from the forest industry can produce oil which can be used for our food and animals’ feed, as well as for biofuels. However, the production of such oil is costly. Producing additional valuable bioproducts in the same process may solve this challenge.
Mouldy food? No thanks! The technology will ensure that the food that ends up on your table is safe to eat, even before it leaves the farm. The solution is a simple, portable device that quickly scans the food and identifies mould, pesticides and antibiotics.
The research on light scattering and deep learning will be presented at the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies FACSS SciX 2019 meeting in Palm Springs (California, USA, 13.-18. October 2019)