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Biomaterials For Bone Regeneration From Beer Brewing Waste

By Joseph Cettina / January 11, 2015

Researchers at the UPM and the CSIC have developed biomaterials to be used as support for bone regeneration from the food industry waste, mainly bagasse (residue) from beer brewing.

As a result of a research study conducted by researchers from the Centre for Biomedical Technology of…

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Joseph Cettina

Hello World My name is Joseph Cettina. I live in New Jersey U.S.A With my Wife Jill and daughter Jaime.I Own and Operate Laguna Service Inc, http://www.lagunaservice.com .Factory Authorized Printer Service Center for Okidata.I specialize in Large Format Inkjet printer repair.I been working on the Internet for many years and have Created 30 + Niche Blogs im very interested in the Health and Wellness subjects here are a couple http://mattersnews.com http://joecettina.com http://www.qwikknowledge.com . I'm a Master Home Brewer. I have a small brewery attached to my house where I can brew 22 gal of beer at a time. I like to make Big Beers,Imperials, and IPA styles. It"s a great hobby and the finished product is the best!