Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Technology to Identify Pathogens in Food and Beverages; Genetically Engineered Yeast Strain Converts Xylose to Ethanol; Research Enables Better Understanding of Electron Uptake in Methane Production

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This issue profiles a technology to identify pathogens in food and beverages, a genetically engineered yeast strain that converts xylose to ethanol, and research that enables better understanding of electron uptake in methane production.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Technology to Identify Pathogens in Food and Beverages; Genetically Engineered Yeast Strain Converts Xylose to Ethanol; Research Enables Better Understanding of Electron Uptake in Methane ProductionIn This Issue1. TECHNOLOGY TO IDENTIFY PATHOGENS IN FOOD AND BEVERAGES2. GENETICALLY ENGINEERED YEAST STRAIN CONVERTS XYLOSE TO ETHANOL3. RESEARCH ENABLES BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF ELECTRON UPTAKE IN METHANE PRODUCTION4. KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK5. TECHVISION 2015




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