Currencies:
RUB/USD 0,0114
0,0000
BRL/USD 0,1804
0,0000
INR/USD 0,1196
0,0000
CNY/USD 0,1367
0,0000
ZAR/USD 0,545
0,0000
Weather:
Moscow 19 °C
Brazilia 12 °C
New Delhi 32 °C
Beijing 34 °C
Pretoria 13 °C
Cairo 30 °C
Tehran 32 °C
Abu Dhabi 33 °C
Menu
Broadcast «Personal trainer»
19 °C
Moscow
12 °C
Brazilia
12 °C
New Delhi
34 °C
Beijing
13 °C
Pretoria
30 °C
Cairo
32 °C
Tehran
33 °C
Abu Dhabi
RUB/USD
0,0114
0,0000
BRL/USD
0,1804
0,0000
INR/USD
0,1196
0,0000
CNY/USD
0,1367
0,0000
ZAR/USD
0,545
0,0000
TV BRICS Apps
Home
News
Videos
Podcasts
Menu
04:35 «Personal trainer»
04:35 «Personal trainer»
Now 16+
04:35

«Personal trainer»

05:00 «BRICSreport»
Next
05:00

«BRICSreport»

16+
05:15

«BRICSterview»

16+
05:45

Documentary film «Gold»

16+
Иконка с часами 14 minutes 2 sec.
Ambassador of Ethiopia to Russia Uriat Cham Ugala/ “Joining BRICS is a growth opportunity for Ethiopia”
Иконка с часами 20 minutes 11 sec.
Douw Vermaak/ «Relations between Russia and South Africa are getting stronger»
Иконка с часами 8 minutes 22 sec.
Anthony Phiri, Harare Institute of Technology/"The world needs to work together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions"
19.07.2416:45 Society
Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug explores life in BRICS+ countries 
18.07.2411:54 Society
TV BRICS projects to be available on popular entertainment media resources in the Western Balkans
11.07.2415:35 Society
Ethiopia's largest media holding company joins TV BRICS partner network
Russia
23.06.24 14:57
Technology

Russian University develops technology to produce pure cellulose fibres from soybean hulls

These fibres can be used in the food industry and have great potential for cholesterol and glucose absorption


At Omsk State Technical University (OmSTU), a partner of TV BRICS, a technology for producing cellulose fibres has been developed by student Elizaveta Sakharova under the supervision of Associate Professor Nikita Evdokimov. The aim of the research is to create "pure" cellulose fibres for use as a functional additive.

Cellulose fibres are dietary fibres that are beneficial to humans as they can help in the absorption of cholesterol and glucose. This naturally occurring polymer is in demand in various industries.

Elizaveta Sakharova noted that they use soybean seed coatings to produce fibres. They select optimal conditions for the production of a new product.

The researchers claim that the technology for obtaining cellulose fibres can be offered to companies processing soybeans, as well as used in the food industry, including manufacturers of bakery products. The project is at the laboratory research stage and implementation is planned in the near future.

Photo: OmSTU


Short
and to the point
Once a week we will cover news in the BRICS countries
By clicking on the "Subscribe" button, you agree to the processing of personal data

MORE ON THE TOPIC

20.07.2410:30 Technology
Saudi Arabia identifies the most invasive plants
16.07.2413:30 Technology
Egypt invests in artificial intelligence development
16.07.2411:45 Technology
Archipelago 2024 discusses BRICS countries' cooperation in technology development and climate agenda
15.07.2414:17 Technology
Brazilian scientists discover eco-friendly alternative to plastic fibre
15.07.2410:30 Technology
China speeds up the mass production of satellites
12.07.2417:12 Technology
China forms the world's first field test network for 6G connections
Short
and to the point
Once a week we will cover news in the BRICS countries
By clicking on the "Subscribe" button, you agree to the processing of personal data