A bridge between Sicily and the Mediterreanean Area: BioHyst cutting edge solutions for a more efficient use of agricultural resources.
February 13, at the BioHyst Research Center in Switzerland, a scientific-technical demonstration of the Hyst system (Hypercritical Separation Technology) completed the dialogue which began in Calatabiano (CT) with entrepreneurs in the agriculture and bio-energy sectors, scientific bodies and Sicilian institutions.
Zaira Marolda, National Public Relations Manager BioHyst
Dr. Daniele Lattanzi, Strategic Planning Manager BioHyst
Eng. Pier Paolo Dell'Omo, La Sapienza University, Rome
Eng. Sabatino La Froscia, BioHyst, feeds the Hyst machine with straw to process
Eng. Dell'Omo shows the products obtained processing the straw
Eng. La Froscia feeds the Hyst machine with wheat bran to process
Eng. Dell'Omo shows the differences between bran and the product obtained from it
Ahou Rosine Kanga, Ivory Coast Embassy's business manager
Mohammed Mustapha Garba, Nigerian Embassy's first secretary
Manuel Do Nascimento Júnior, Angolan Embassy's business manager
Adjiri Emilienne Agossa, Beninese Embassy's representative
Tourè Sako Aoua, Burkina Faso Embassy's first counselor
Danilo Speranza, "Bits of Future: Food for All" creator and promoter
Dr. Loretta Bacchetta, ENEA - Sustainable Development and Agro-Industrial Innovation Technical Unit