Vinasse is a by-product from the Albion Bioethanol Plant. It is currently being dumped into the waterways creating environmental hazards.
The Ministry of Education states that they are over 173,000 students in Guyana. On average, an estimated 12,000 students took the Caribbean Secondary Examination. Sadly, more than 50% of all persons writing CSEC Mathematics in Guyana are unable to attain a passing grade. In view of the
preceding, the Ministry and its stakeholders are actively seeking new and innovative methods of boosting students’ academic performance.
Identifying an inexpensive activated carbon that is effective at improving water quality.
Approximately 30-50% of fruits go wasted during postharvest handling, storage, and ripening. Climacteric fruits experiences increased respiration during maturation and are highly perishable after harvest, which results in high postharvest losses. Losses regarding quality and quantity of fruits occur at all stages in the postharvest system from harvesting to consumption.
To formulate a more natural, inexpensive product that can be used to fight against various fungal infections.