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  • Talent Scout in the Cell Factory

    They’re small, but mighty: microorganisms. The industry known as “white biotechnology” takes advantage of their potential in a variety of ways, for example to produce chemicals, medicines, or dietary supplements. The little powerhouses’ work can be found in a whole series of products, the number of more

  • Tiny helpers turn waste into valuable materials

    The idea is that bacteria shouldn’t only convert waste products into valuable chemicals, but also draw energy from them. After all, they too can be reused for subsequent processes. This vision is what drives Professor Dirk Tischler, who heads the Microbial Biotechnology research group at Ruhr-Univer more

  • Biotech materials made simple – crystal structures altered by a single protein

    Nacre is not just something pretty to be used for jewellery and decoration. It possesses an intricate layer structure with high strength and hardness, and the naturally formed crystals it contains have some particular properties. This is why industry is working to produce similar materials using bio more

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Drying and Protective Coating for Bacteria and Other Fermentation Products: Alternative Process Approach

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