The Laboratory of Renewable Resources Engineering
The Laboratory of Renewable Resources Engineering (LORRE) carries out fundamental research and educates students in the transformation of renewable resources and agricultural commodities into value-added products, and in the purification of proteins and natural products. In addition to publications and patents, products of LORRE’s work include prototypes for the purpose of translating its discoveries into industrial use. Thesis and fundamental research topics are pursued in partnership with universities, and government laboratories. Research includes engineering and molecular fundamentals of bioreactor design, bioseparations, industrial biology of yeast, and biochemical catalysis with applications in biofuels, bioproducts, and pathogen detection..
Cadet Madison Turner visited LORRE to work with Linda Liu, Mike Ladisch and colleagues on basic research in food safety.
LORRE Director, Michael Ladisch, receives 2015 Morrill Award
LORRE Graduate Student, Neal Hengge, named Outstanding MS Student in ABE
LORRE Undergraduate Student, Jaycey Hardenstein, named ABE 2015 Outstanding Junior
LORRE Graduate Student, Barron Hewetson, and Ian Klein, Chemistry, win Business Strategy Competition
Abby Engelberth participant in Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship Program
LORRE Graduate Student, Studie Red Corn, was recently spotlighted in Purdue's Agriculture Magazine
Eduardo Ximenes co-presenter of webinars:
AIChE: "Hollow Fiber Microfiltration of Microorganisms from Food and Water"
NCRCRD: "C3D - Moving Laboratory Research on Pathogen Detection into Commercial Practice"
"Understanding ASTM Turbine Fuel Standard Specifications," Int. Review of Aerospace Engineering, 7(4), 124-133, 2014.
"Investigation of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters in Jet Fuel," Int. J. Sustainable Aviation, 1(1), 2014.