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Innovations in Food Pathogen Detection, Biomaterials, and Waste-to-energy

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  • 15 Pages
  • October 2019
  • Region: Global
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • ID: 4852406

This edition of the Industrial Bioprocessing TOE features trends and innovations in the field of biopolymers and biofuel production. It also provides intelligence on the use of novel processes for the manufacturing of nutritive food substitutes. The TOE also features innovations based on the use of non-toxic pigments for the manufacturing of environmental friendly dyes. Additionally, the TOE provides intelligence on the development of bio-based chemicals from non-food biomass. The TOE also focuses on innovations that enhance carbon capture and utilization from algae. The TOE also provides intelligence on the use of controlled environmental technology for enhancing the productivity of vertical farms in Middle Eastern countries.

The Industrial Bioprocessing 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.

Table of Contents

Innovations in Food Pathogen Detection, Biomaterials and Waste-to-Energy

  • DNA-based Assays for Food Pathogen Detection
  • Highly Specific and Sensitive Assay Based on DNA Hybridization
  • Automated Yeast Counting
  • Counting Yeast Cells to Optimize Brewing Process
  • Lateral Flow Devices to Detect Food Toxins
  • Rapid, On-site Testing of Toxins in Food
  • Miniature Spectrometers for Food Analysis
  • Versatile, Plug, and Play Spectrometers
  • Novel Single-Cell Protein for Aquaculture Feed
  • Growing Shortage of Conventional Aquaculture Feed Creates the Need to Search for Alternatives
  • Rice Husk-based Panel for Buildings Refurbishment
  • Agro-forestry Waste Offers an Eco-friendly Sustainable Alternative to Conventional Building Materials
  • Bio-based Flame Retardant Made from Phytic Acid for Polymeric Materials
  • Growing Demand for Fabrication of Automotive Components and Appliance Housings with Inherent Flame Retardants
  • Decentralized Waste Treatment and Energy Generation System using Thermal Gasification Technology
  • The Waste Treatment Model Will Also Eliminate Waste Transportation & Waste Collection Costs
  • Utilization of Carbon Dioxide for the Manufacture of Sustainable Cement and Concrete
  • The Concrete Curing Technology Can Reduce Fresh Water and Energy Consumption Associated with Concrete Construction
  • Optimization of Hybrid Hydroponic Vertical Farming Systems to Increase Profitability for Farmers
  • Installation of Efficient Nutrient Injection and Drip Irrigation System for Increasing the Crop Yield of Vertical Farms
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