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Mattia Baroni afferma: “Per noi – (\*) – è fondamentale controllare l’intera filiera del prodotto e poi intervenire con il processo di fermentazione, per ottenere il più possibile dalla materia prima in termini di gusto, nutrizione e salubrità. Riteniamo che renderli piu buoni e sani sia un dovere morale, così come renderne consapevoli i nostri clienti” External link

giornalelora Tuesday, May 28, 2019 3:24:00 PM CEST

Jens Kristian says: “There is great interest in developing new batteries to replace batteries using toxic metals such as lithium, copper and zinc. Fungal quinones offer a very promising alternative, and unlike similar substances extracted from oil, fungal quinones are 100 per cent degradable,” External link

dtu Monday, May 27, 2019 12:40:00 PM CEST

Jens Kristian says: “We focus on making the production of the batteries as green as possible. This applies to the batteries’ entire manufacturing process, but also to what we do with the batteries once they have outlived their use. We need to know whether the mould fungi's quinones are toxic, when they leach from the batteries and seep into the ground. The knowledge we have about fungal metabolites tells us that they will be broken down by bacteria in the soil, but these environmental effects must also be described in the project,” External link

dtu Monday, May 27, 2019 12:40:00 PM CEST

Jens Kristian says: “Fungal batteries are of a type called redox flow batteries, which have particularly favourable properties when it comes to storing large amounts of energy. Furthermore, they are cheap to produce and easy to get rid of in a sustainable way. However, they will be bigger than ordinary batteries, since fungal quinones are not as energy-dense and therefore not as suitable for mobile technologies, where the size of the battery is crucial,” External link

dtu Monday, May 27, 2019 12:40:00 PM CEST

Rodrigo de la Calle explica: «Los fermentados se han puesto de moda porque somos más conscientes de la importancia de comer sano» External link

DiarioVasco Friday, May 17, 2019 8:04:00 AM CEST

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