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Natural Resources and Biodiversity Program: Research Projects

 

Up to date, CIPI has carried out the following research projects within Natural Resources and Biodiversity Program:

 

SIMULATION OF THE QUINOA SAPONIN REMOVAL PROCESS (2016 -)
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DEVELOPMENT OF A SEMI-INDUSTRIAL PROTOTYPE FOR SAPONIN REMOVAL FROM QUINOA GRAINS BASED ON SPOUTED BEDS (2014-)
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EVALUATION OF NUTRITIONAL PROPERTIES AND HEALTH EFFECTS OF PALQUI SEEDS (Acacia feddeana Harms) (2014-)
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PRODUCTION OF CONCENTRATED BIXIN POWDERS (ANNATTO) FROM ACHIOTE SEEDS (Bixa orellana), BY MEANS OF SPOUTED BEDS (2014 - 2018)
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REMOVAL OF SAPONINS FROM BITTER QUINOA VARIETIES BASED ON THE APPLICATION OF A SPOUTED BED OF RECTANGULAR CONFIGURATION (2012 - 2014)
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RECOVERY OF SOLID WASTE WITH HIGH CONTENT OF SAPONINS FROM THE DRY DEBITTERING PROCESS OF QUINOA GRAINS, THROUGH THE APPLICATION OF A SPOUTED BED (LFTS)(2011 -2012)
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OPTIMIZATION OF SPECIFIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN THE DRY PROCESS FOR BITTER QUINOA VARIETIES, BASED ON THE APPLICATION OF A SPOUTED BED (2011)
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PREFEASIBILITY PROJECT OF A DRY PROCESS FOR BITTER QUINOA VARIETIES, BASED ON THE APPLICATION OF A SPOUTED BED (2009-2011)
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PRODUCTION OF CARBOXIMETHYIL-CELLULOSE FROM COTTON LINTER (2007)
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VALUE ADDED PRODUCTS FROM YACON ROOTS: OBTAINING OF A SYRUP RICH IN FRUCTO-OLIGOSACCHARIDES (2006)
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TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL STUDY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PILOT PLANT FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF BIODIESEL (2005)
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