Biotechnology and Environment Research Group (INBIAM)

  • Ecuador

Organization profile

Organization profile

The Research Group on Biotechnology and Environment (INBIAM), arises as an initiative of an interdisciplinary conglomerate of professors-researchers trained with high academic level and with research experience in the Biotechnological-Environmental Field. The research group aims to generate proposals focused on the quality of life of people while conserving the environment and involving the different actors of society in an interdisciplinary confluence of academia at the service of social development and promotion. The proposal for the creation of this group responds to different needs detected such as: the generation and application of knowledge in environmental sciences to solve current problems suffered by society, and fundamentally the need to maintain a consensus criterion in a specific research area with academic purposes of publication of results.


Dr. Ernesto Delgado Fernández, Ph.D.

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    Research Output

    • 13 Citations
    • 2 h-Index
    • 13 Article
    • 1 Chapter

    Assessment and modelling of the effect of precipitated ferric chloride addition on the activated sludge settling properties

    Asensi, E., Alemany, E., Duque-Sarango, P. & Aguado, D., 1 Oct 2019, In : Chemical Engineering Research and Design. 150, p. 14-25 12 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Scopus citations

    Determinación del Conocimiento y Nivel de Uso de Alimentos Genéticamente Modificados en Guayaquil - Ecuador

    Translated title of the contribution: Knowledge and level of use of genetically modified foods in Guayaquil - EcuadorParra, P. & Vieyra, S., 1 Jan 2019.

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceChapter