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Biotechnology

The use of living things, such as one-cell organisms, in technological innovations. Biotechnology has particular applications in medicine, agriculture, engineering, and similar fields. Biotech organizations may make and market their own products, or they may be departments within another company, such as a pharmaceutical corporation.
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The pharmaceutical ingredients sector has historically been dependant on white biotechnology for product development.
Key end use industries include Biofuels, Pharmaceutical, Food and Feed, Personal Care and Bioplastics, all of which are examined in detail within the White Biotechnology market research report.
Over 15 major renewable feedstock essential to white biotechnology including the categories of main-food materials, non-food materials, vegetable oils and cellulosic materials are summarized.
Overview of Process Aids used in White Biotechnology Slide 82
Governmental regulations on white biotechnology industry
Biotechnology Industry: The Future of White Biotechnology in China - 2009 Edition
The "German White Biotechnology Platform", which features in the scientific congress European BioPerspectives, will be opened by Dr.
The project is expected to make a major contribution to replace traditional chemical manufacturing which relies in highly toxic, expensive and stoichiometric reagents, many steps and toxic solvents with so-called white biotechnology which employs powerful natural biocatalysts such as enzymes or whole cell microorganisms that allow the combination of several steps in one-pot without isolation of intermediates (cascade reactions) establishing environmentally benign and sustainable chemical processes for the preparation of optically active valuable compounds and minimizing the wastes.
MBI's focus is in the area of Industrial or White Biotechnology, which refers to the production of fuels, chemicals, polymers, proteins and other materials from renewable resources.
Industrial, or white biotechnology is at the forefront for enabling the creation of polymers derived from renewable bio-based resources.
The development of pro-t-action(TM) is part of BASF's research and advancement in white biotechnology otherwise known as industrial biotechnology.
A: White biotechnology is the use of nature's toolbox for industrial applications, sometimes referred to as industrial biotechnology.