Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Customizing Fruits with 3D Printing; Catalyst-Based Process Enables Conversion of Waste Biomass into Value Added Chemicals; Ingredient that Curbs Hunger could Address Obesity

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This issue profiles customizing fruits with 3D printing, a catalyst-based process that enables conversion of waste biomass into value added chemicals, and an ingredient that curbs hunger and could address obesity.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Customizing Fruits with 3D Printing; Catalyst-Based Process Enables Conversion of Waste Biomass into Value Added Chemicals; Ingredient that Curbs Hunger could Address ObesityIn This Issue1. CUSTOMIZING FRUITS WITH 3D PRINTING2. CATALYST-BASED PROCESS ENABLES CONVERSION OF WASTE BIOMASS INTO VALUE ADDED CHEMICALS3. INGREDIENT THAT CURBS HUNGER COULD ADDRESS OBESITY4. SOME KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK




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