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Manuel Alejandro Lizardi-Jiménez

Manuel, Biotechnology Ph. D. from the Autonomous Metropolitan University in México, is currently interested in environmental bioprocess engineering, particularly in remediation of hydrocarbon-polluted sites by using hydrodynamics and mass transfer as bioreactor design criteria. He works for Mexican National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT) at Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí.

High Hydrocarbon Fraction In A Multiphase Airlift Bioreactor: Direct Interfacial Is The Predominant Mode Of Hydrocarbon Uptake By A Microbial Consortium

Crude oil and derivatives hydrocarbons are an indispensable raw material in present-day life. Therefore, oil and oil products are also quantitatively the main environmental pollutants worldwide. The environmental impact of insoluble contaminants in water and soil has become a priority […]