Recent Developments in Biofuels, Bioplastics, and Probiotics

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Published: 21 Sep 2018

This edition of the Industrial Bioprocessing TOE features innovations in biofuels production, which include the use of bacterial microcompartments (BMCs) and the bio-flocculation of algae and fungi. It also focuses on the production of bio-based polyamide from turpentine oil, which is released as a byproduct of cellulose production, and the production of probiotic beverage from soy waste. The Industrial Bioprocessing TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, processes and strategic insights of industries involving bioprocessing, including innovations in the development and production of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, alternative fuels, chemical feedstocks, food and beverages, and consumer products. Keywords: Biomass depolymerisation, probiotics, okara, bio-polyamide, bioplastics, bio-flocculation, bacterial microcompartments, biofuels


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