Fast and continuous drug production is now possible. A new revolution on the horizon.
Is using natural materials, such as sugar beet or wheat, to produce plastic really beneficial for the environmental? Not necessarily. Not right across the board, in any case!
The idea of using disposable bioreactors is making headway in the pharmaceutical industry. Nonetheless, industrials still request the expertise of the academic community before adopting these “Kleenex” reactors
Nanoparticles used for the depollution of soils: this is a research project which began two years ago and which has begun to bear fruit! By bringing together the industrial and academic worlds, the project aims to improve bioremediation techniques for the degradation of aromatic hydrocarbons.
In her doctoral thesis, Sandra Belboom applied the Life Cycle Assessment method to bioethanol and compared its uses as a biofuel or bioplastic.