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Entrepreneurship in Biotechnology

Entrepreneurship in Biotechnology Appeared in Chemical Weekly of 21st Nov. 2000 All hopes of human being lie in the solutions likely to be provided by Biotechnology to our problems and needs in the coming years. Biotechnology will bring about unprecedented changes in the technological and industrial life of the 21st century. Its impact will almost […]

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Impact of Biotechnology on Chemical Industry

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Impact of Biotechnology on Chemical Industry Appeared in Chemical Weekly in 2006  Introduction The chemical industry has come under increasing pressure to make chemical production more eco-friendly due to its reliance on fossil resources, its environmentally damaging production processes and its toxic byproducts and waste. The recently adopted REACH (registration, evaluation and authorization of chemicals) […]

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Biotechnology for Air Pollution Abatement and Odour Control

Biotechnology for Air Pollution Abatement and Odour Control Appeared in Chemical Weekly on 12th January 1999    Abstract – Sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxides, hydrogen sulfides, hydrocarbons, particulate matter, are the major components of air pollution and are responsible for health hazards and environmental hazards. But equally important are the substances which cause unpleasent […]

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Chemical Production through Plant Cell Culture

Chemical Production through Plant Cell Culture Chemical Weekly – 14th Dec. 1999   Introduction Over four fifth of about 30,000 known natural products are of plant origin. Some of these can be synthesized in quantities sufficient to be economically useful as chemical feed-stocks or as raw materials for various scientific, technological and commercial applications. The […]

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Biopiracy

BIOPIRACY Appeared in Chemical Weekly (15th Sept. 1998)  Abstract – Thai Jasmin rice, Indian Basmati rice, Indian chickpea seeds, Thaumatin from Western Africa, coloured cotton from South America, neem from India and there are several such examples of biopiracy that has raised anger and led to protests by the biorich countries against the practices of […]

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Synthetic Biology

Life 2.0 – “Synthetic Biology” – Next Revolution S. N. Jogdand What is Synthetic Biology? Existing life on earth created by nature or God(?) if considered as Life 1.0, University of California, Berkeley, USA describes Life 2.0 “Synthetic Biology” as a field that seeks to recombine the basic building blocks of life — genes, proteins […]

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Developments in Biosurfactants

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Abstract Consumers’ market is growing. Our search for ecofriendly products continues. It is no wonder that interest in research and commercialization of biogums, biosurfactants, bioflocculants, bioadhesives is growing. Increasing awareness among consumers for bio-based products will give rise to new markets for the biosurfactants. However, lack of cost competitiveness of biosurfactants remains a major concern. […]

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Bio-Economy

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Abstract All countries in the world whether developed or developing are gearing up for adapting knowledge based bioeconomy, which relies upon biological processes and renewable resources to obtain food, energy and chemicals. Hopeful visionaries have already started to talk about a ‘carbohydrate economy’ replacing the old ‘hydrocarbon economy’. However, “making biomass an effective feedstock is […]

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Bioadhesives

Abstract Living cells can produce material at low temperature and low pressure and also produce no toxic byproducts. Biopolymer research area is most active and better funded. Protein polymer research is focused on high-technology applications, such as elastomers, adhesives, bioceramics, and electro-optical materials. There is increasing commercial interest into bioadhesives due to their biocompatibility. Also […]

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Bio Reactors

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