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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Kovács, Artúr Barnabás; McIlvenny, Paul; Davidsen, Jacob Gorm; Stein, Alexander;
    Publisher: Github
    Country: Denmark

    360mash is an open source project to develop a free, cross-platform, lightweight tool for reframming and anonymising 2D, 180 and 360 videos and exporting the resulting video as fast as possible. The tool is primarily aimed at researchers using qualitative video-based methods.

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    Authors: 
    Dechow, Niels;
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Fakhoury, Tamirace; Stel, Nora;
    Country: Denmark

    Lors de la Conférence de Bruxelles pour le soutien à la Syrie et à la région en mai dernier, le Liban a réitéré son appel au retour des réfugiés de ce pays. Le même mois, Beyrouth a également annoncé officiellement au HCR que le pays ne pouvait plus accueillir de réfugiés syriens, en grande partie en raison de promesses financières non tenues et de la crise que traverse le pays. Enfin, lundi dernier, le ministre sortant des Déplacés Issam Charafeddine a déclaré qu’un « plan de l’État libanais » prévoyait de renvoyer 15 000 réfugiés syriens par mois dans leur pays sur une durée de temps indéterminée.On peut dès lors se demander comment les principaux partenaires extérieurs, telle l’Union européenne (UE) qui finance l’essentiel de l’aide aux réfugiés, réagissent à ces développements. Et dans quelle mesure la vision de l’UE sur le renforcement de la résilience de ces réfugiés dans un État en détresse s’accorde-t-elle avec la politique libanaise actuelle ?

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Hegewald, Sven; Schraff, Dominik;
    Country: Denmark
  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Wang, Peng; Yang, Fan; Wang, Chenyang; Hubacek, Klaus; Sun, Laixiang; Chen, Wei-Qiang; Feng, Kuishuang; Li, Jiashuo;
    Country: Denmark

    Hydrogen is gaining tremendous traction in China as the fuel of the future to support the country’s carbon neutrality ambitions. The promising role of hydrogen for use as fuel is heavily reliant on platinum (Pt) and the interactions between hydrogen fuel industry and Pt supply constraints have been largely overlooked. In this research, we develop an integrated assessment model to explore China’s demand for hydrogen fuel and the associated Pt needs under different climate targets. The results indicate that China’s annual demand for hydrogen fuel would reach 20 million tons (mt) under the business-as-usual baseline scenario and 38 mt under the carbon-neutrality scenario until 2060, being 111–211 times the amount in 2020. This booming demand would lead China’s cumulative demand for Pt metal produced from virgin ore to reach 2,500-3,258 tons (cost of 86–112 billion USD), which is 38–50 times of China’s indigenous Pt reserve. Although reduction of Pt loading and enhanced recycling are identified as effective measures to alleviate the Pt supply constraint, their efforts alone are far from sufficient to fill the large demand-supply gap under both baseline and carbon-neutrality scenarios. Thus, joint efforts from global sustainable Pt sourcing as well as domestic material innovations are urgently needed so that China will be able to address Pt supply risks and achieve her hydrogen ambition towards carbon neutrality.

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    Authors: 
    Echers, Simon Gregersen; Jafarpour, Ali; Yesiltas, Betül; García Moreno, Pedro Jesús; Greve-Poulsen, Mathias; Hansen, Dennis K.; Jacobsen, Charlotte; Overgaard, Michael Toft; Hansen, Egon Bech;
    Publisher: bioRxiv
    Country: Denmark

    Peptides and protein hydrolysates are promising alternatives to substitute chemical additives as functional food ingredients. In this study, we present a novel approach for producing a potato protein hydrolysate with improved emulsifying and foaming properties by data-driven, targeted hydrolysis. Based on previous studies, we selected 15 emulsifier peptides derived from abundant potato proteins, which were clustered based on sequence identity. Through in silico analysis, we determined that from a range of industrial proteases (Neutrase (Neut), Alcalase (Alc), Flavorzyme (Flav) and Trypsin (Tryp)), Tryp was found more likely to release peptides resembling the target peptides. After applying all proteases individually, hydrolysates were assayed for in vitro emulsifying and foaming properties. No direct correlation between degree of hydrolysis and interfacial properties was found. Tryp produced a hydrolysate (DH=5.4%) with the highest (P<0.05) emulsifying and foaming abilities, good stabilities, and high aqueous solubility. Using LC-MS/MS, we identified >10,000 peptides in each hydrolysate. Through peptide mapping, we show that random overlapping with known peptide emulsifiers is not sufficient to quantitatively describe hydrolysate functionality. While Neut hydrolysates had the highest proportion of peptides with target overlap, they showed inferior interfacial activity. In contrast, Tryp was able to release specifically targeted peptides, explaining the high surface activity observed. While modest yields and residual unhydrolyzed protein indicate room for process improvement, this work shows that data-driven, targeted hydrolysis is a viable, interdisciplinary approach to facilitate hydrolysis design for production of functional hydrolysates from alternative protein sources.

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    Authors: 
    Fakhoury, Tamirace; Nagle, John;
    Publisher: The Conversation
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Chemlali, Ahlam;
    Publisher: Dansk Institut for Internationale Studier, DIIS
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Plambech, Sine; Chemlali, Ahlam; Cerio, Maria Chiara;
    Publisher: Dansk Institut for Internationale Studier, DIIS
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Tollestrup, Christian;
    Publisher: AAU
    Country: Denmark

    Hvad kan en Industriel Designer gøre for din virksomhed? Nilfisk, Liftup og Norisol bruger industrielle designere til deres forretning og udviklingsprojekter.Se hvad Alexander Kjær Andersen, Julie Giltoft Jensen og Hanne Verner laver ved hhv. Nilfisk, Liftup og Norisol. Og deres chefer fortæller hvordan det bidrager til virksomhederne og deres udviklingsarbejde

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