Food, Water, Waste Research Group

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ROBINSON, J., BINNER, E., VALLEJO, D. B., PEREZ, N. D., AL MUGHAIRI, K., RYAN, J., SHEPHERD, B., ADAM, M., BUDARIN, V., FAN, J., GRONNOW, M. and PENERANDA-FOIX, F., 2022. Unravelling the mechanisms of microwave pyrolysis of biomass: Chemical Engineering Journal Chemical Engineering Journal. 430,

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SOBANWA, M., FOSTER, T. J., YAKUBOV, G. and WATSON, N. J., 2022. How hydrocolloids can control the viscoelastic properties of acid-swollen collagen pastes: Food Hydrocolloids Food Hydrocolloids. 126,

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WILLIAM M. MAYES, SUSAN L. HULL and HELENA I. GOMES, 2022. Chapter 22 - From linear economy legacies to circular economy resources: Maximising the multifaceted values of legacy mineral wastes. In: ALEXANDROS STEFANAKIS and IOANNIS NIKOLAOU, eds., Circular Economy and Sustainability Elsevier. 409-431

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ZHONGLI WANG, YANMING WANG, RACHEL L. GOMES and HELENA I. GOMES, 2022. Selenium (Se) recovery for technological applications from environmental matrices based on biotic and abiotic mechanisms Journal of Hazardous Materials. 427, 128122

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ROBINSON, B. L., JEWITT, S., CLIFFORD, M. J. and HEWITT, J., 2021. Understanding the current market enablers for Nepal’s biomass cookstove industry: Development in Practice Development in Practice.

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ROBINSON, B. L., CLIFFORD, M. J. and JEWITT, S., 2021. Time to change: An evaluation of practical action nepal’s results based finance program: Energies Energies. 14(10),

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BUGAJE, B., RUTHERFORD, P. and CLIFFORD, M., 2021. A systems dynamics approach to the bottom-up simulation of residential appliance load: Energy and Buildings Energy and Buildings. 247,

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BUGAJE, B., RUTHERFORD, P. and CLIFFORD, M., 2021. A systems dynamics approach to the bottom-up simulation of residential appliance load: Energy and Buildings Energy and Buildings. 247,

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STANISTREET, D., PHILLIP, E., KUMAR, N., ANDERSON DE CUEVAS, R., DAVIS, M., LANGEVIN, J., JUMBE, V., WALSH, A., JEWITT, S. and CLIFFORD, M., 2021. Which biomass stove(s) capable of reducing household air pollution are available to the poorest communities globally? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 9226

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KUMAR, N., PHILLIP, E., COOPER, H., DAVIS, M., LANGEVIN, J., CLIFFORD, M. and STANISTREET, D., 2021. Do improved biomass cookstove interventions improve indoor air quality and blood pressure? A systematic review and meta-analysis: Environmental Pollution Environmental Pollution. 290,

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FISHER, O. J., WATSON, N. J., PORCU, L., BACON, D., RIGLEY, M. and GOMES, R. L., 2021. Multiple target data-driven models to enable sustainable process manufacturing: An industrial bioprocess case study: Journal of Cleaner Production Journal of Cleaner Production. 296,

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JOHNSTON, A. L., LESTER, E., WILLIAMS, O. and GOMES, R. L., 2021. Understanding Layered Double Hydroxide properties as sorbent materials for removing organic pollutants from environmental waters: Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering. 9(4),

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ANAM, MAIRA, GOMES, HELENA I., RIVERS, GEOFFREY, GOMES, RACHEL L. and WILDMAN, RICKY, 2021. Evaluation of photoanode materials used in biophotovoltaic systems for renewable energy generation Sustainable Energy Fuels. -

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ZEMOUR, N., AZZI, A., RAHLI, O., AL-SARKHI, A. and GOMES, R. L., 2021. Numerical Modeling of the Effects of Channel Configurations and Inclination Angles Inducing Buoyancy on Reverse Osmosis: Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics. 14(4), 1223-1236
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Food, Water, Waste Research Group

Faculty of Engineering
The University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD


telephone: +44 (0)115 82 32502
email:FWW@nottingham.ac.uk