Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Food Waste as Source of Bioenergy; Faster, Improved Biomass Production Enabled by Gene Manipulation; Engineered Water Nanostructures Replace Chemical Detergents in the Food Industry

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This issue profiles using food waste as source of bioenergy; faster, improved biomass production enabled by gene manipulation; and engineered water nanostructures that can replace chemical detergents in the food industry.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Food Waste as Source of Bioenergy; Faster, Improved Biomass Production Enabled by Gene Manipulation; Engineered Water Nanostructures Replace Chemical Detergents in the Food IndustryIn This Issue1. FOOD WASTE AS SOURCE OF BIOENERGY2. FASTER, IMPROVED BIOMASS PRODUCTION ENABLED BY GENE MANIPULATION3. ENGINEERED WATER NANOSTRUCTURES REPLACE CHEMICAL DETERGENTS IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY4. KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK




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