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Inauguration of world’s largest fermentation plant for cultures


In November a successful collaboration between GEA and long-term customer Chr. Hansen was completed with the inauguration of the world’s largest fermentation plant for bacterial cultures at the customer’s site in Copenhagen, Denmark. Chr. Hansen is a global bioscience company that develops ...


Sartorius Stedim Biotech offers to acquire UK company TAP Biosystems Group plc

Sartorius Stedim Biotech to further expand its portfolio of single-use fermentors


Sartorius Stedim Biotech made a cash offer to acquire the UK company TAP Biosystems Group plc (TAP Biosystems) through its wholly owned subsidiary Sartorius Stedim Biotech GmbH. The proposed transaction, which is subject to customary closing conditions, including the approval of TAP’s ...


Fermentation research groups start the worldwide research challenge “BlueCompetition”


The project phase of the international scientific challenge “BlueCompetition” organized by BlueSens Gas Sensor GmbH is about to begin. The company received project proposals from research groups in universities throughout the world. An independent international scientific jury has selected twenty ...


Cellexus Biosystems reports the Granting of Fundamental Technology UK Patent


The Board of Cellexus Biosystems plc announced that the Company has been issued with the British patent GB2433216 covering the core technology for the CellMaker family of disposable bioreactor and fermentor products. Commenting on this granting by the UK Patent Office, the inventor of the ...


Producing medicines in plant seeds


Using plants to produce useful proteins could be an inexpensive alternative to current medicine production methods. Researchers from the Flanders Interuniversity Institute for Biotechnology (VIB) at Ghent University have succeeded in producing in plant seeds proteins that have a very strong ...


Nobilon receives European GMP approval for production of Influenza vaccines for clinical trials


Nobilon International obtained a European Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) approval to produce human influenza vaccines for use in clinical trials. The approval was granted recently by the Dutch Ministry of Public Health following a mandatory inspection of the company's premises in Boxmeer, the ...


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