Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Protein-Based Anti-Bacterial Plastics; Bacteria can Serve as Natural Batteries to Address Pollution Challenges; Road Laying Compound Made from Lignin and Bitumen

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This issue profiles protein-based anti-bacterial plastics, bacteria that can serve as natural batteries to address pollution challenges, and a road laying compound made from lignin and bitumen.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Protein-Based Anti-Bacterial Plastics; Bacteria can Serve as Natural Batteries to Address Pollution Challenges; Road Laying Compound Made from Lignin and BitumenIn This Issue1. INNOVATIVE PROTEIN-BASED ANTI-BACTERIAL PLASTICS2. BACTERIA CAN SERVE AS NATURAL BATTERIES TO ADDRESS POLLUTION CHALLENGES3. ROAD LAYING COMPOUND MADE FROM LIGNIN AND BITUMEN4. KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK




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