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Microbial production – like magic

Automation accelerates adaptive lab evolution

Microbial production – like magic

08/06/2018 - Microorganisms used as “production plants” for active ingredients are an important asset in the sustainable bioeconomy toolkit. But how can production strains be manipulated most efficiently for optimal performance in the process? A new approach is based on miniaturization and automation. read...

Chromatography: Size Matters

Size Exclusion Chromatography and UHPLC

Chromatography: Size Matters

08/06/2018 - Quick and straightforward, aqueous size exclusion chromatography (SEC) has become a mainstay for the analysis of protein aggregates in the biopharmaceutical industry. Coupling SEC with advanced detection, such as mass spectrometry, light scattering or surface plasmon resonance, makes it a versatile tool for numerous applications beyond aggregate analysis. read...

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India Signs MOU with Indonesia for Scientific and Technological Cooperation

India: Collaboration Agreement

India Signs MOU with Indonesia for Scientific and Technological Cooperation

Some of the potential areas of the collaboration include life sciences (including biotechnology, agriculture and biomedical sciences); energy research; water technologies; as well as technology and applications. read...

Researchers Develop New Reaction Path

Germany: Click Chemistry

Researchers Develop New Reaction Path

A team of researchers at the University of Münster and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg have presented a new chemical reaction path which may prove to be of interest both for research and for the production of active ingredients in medicines. read...

Asteroids Give Clues on Creation of Organic Materials in Other Planetary Systems

UK: Astronomy

Asteroids Give Clues on Creation of Organic Materials in Other Planetary Systems

The origin of organic matter found in meteorites that formed during the birth of the Solar System 4.5 billion years ago may provide key clues to understanding the birth of life here on Earth. According to a study led by the University of Manchester, it could also help astronomers investigate the potential habitability of other solar systems. read...

Scientists Develop Electron Beam Patterning for Oleds

Germany: Micropatterning Approach

Scientists Develop Electron Beam Patterning for Oleds

Oled microdisplays are increasingly establishing themselves in wearables and data glasses. In order to meet the requirements for higher efficiency, higher contrast, and higher resolutions in these applications, Fraunhofer FEP scientists have developed a new micropatterning approach for Oleds on silicon substrates. read...

Synthesis of Pharmaceuticals Without the Use of Heavy Metals

Germany: Organic Chemistry

Synthesis of Pharmaceuticals Without the Use of Heavy Metals

A new method could revolutionize numerous processes in the chemical industry. Scientists from the Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology in Jena (Leibniz HKI) developed a new synthesis method in organic chemistry that enables the production of numerous pharmaceuticals without the use of toxic heavy metals. read...

Successful Transformation of CO2 into Methionine

Germany: CO2 Usage

Successful Transformation of CO2 into Methionine

Methionine is used as an essential amino acid, particularly in animal feed, that is currently based on petrochemical production. A newly developed enzymatic process has succeeded for the first time in using gaseous CO2 as a basic material for the production of a chemical mass product in a biotechnical reaction. read...

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Asteroids Give Clues on Creation of Organic Materials in Other Planetary Systems

UK: Astronomy

Asteroids Give Clues on Creation of Organic Materials in Other Planetary Systems

08.08.18 - The origin of organic matter found in meteorites that formed during the birth of the Solar System 4.5 billion years ago may provide key clues to understanding the birth of life here on Earth. According to a study led by the University of Manchester, it could also help astronomers investigate the potential habitability of other solar systems. read...

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