Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Engineered Bacteria to Produce Perfumes; Association between Food Safety and Climate Change Discovered; Researchers Elucidate Reaction Pathway for Biomass-to-Hydrogen Production Using Catalysts

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This issue profiles engineered bacteria to produce perfumes, discovery about the association between food safety and climate change , and reaction pathway for biomass-to-hydrogen production using catalysts.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Engineered Bacteria to Produce Perfumes; Association between Food Safety and Climate Change Discovered; Researchers Elucidate Reaction Pathway for Biomass-to-Hydrogen Production Using CatalystsIn This Issue1. ENGINEERED BACTERIA TO PRODUCE PERFUMES2. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN FOOD SAFETY AND CLIMATE CHANGE DISCOVERED3. RESEARCHERS ELUCIDATE REACTION PATHWAY FOR BIOMASS-TO-HYDROGEN PRODUCTION USING CATALYSTS4. KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK




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