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A Light Activated Biorubber for Adhesives, Sealants, and Controlled Release Technologies

This technology is a non-toxic, biodegradable adhesive that allows bonding on wet surfaces, sealing of porous...

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Production of β-Glucan Oligosaccharide by Ophiocordyceps Dipterigena BCC 2073 as Functional Ingredients for Industrial Applications

A novel type of β-glucan of Ophiocordyceps dipterigena BCC 2073 has...

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Skin-whitening and Skin-protecting Agents

Many of us love the warmth and light of the sun; however, often sun exposure causes damages to our skin, according to experienced dermatologists. When our...

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Small Molecules for Anti-aging and Disease Treatment

One of the hallmarks of aging (senescence) in normal somatic cells is the presence of short telomeres in the cells chromosomes due to the absence...

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Anti-drug Resistant Material/Chemical for Broad-spectrum Antimicrobial Resistant (AMR) Applications

Drug-resistant microorganisms are one of the hottest topics of the 21st century. With the potential...

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Smart Labels: Detection of UV Exposure

Smart Labels: Detection of UV Exposure

UV light is present in sunlight and can affect our daily lives if the radiation were not filtered out by the Earth's atmosphere, particularly the ozone layer....

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Natural Red Dye from Microbial Source

Red is a common colour used in cosmetic product such as lipsticks and eye shadow. Most of these products use natural dye such as carmine red which is extracted by...

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Exopolysaccharide from Antarctic Bacteria for Skincare Applications

The tech-partner has been working in the isolation of a new Antarctic microorganism that produces abundant exopolymers with...

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High-Yield Xylitol Production

This green technology describes a flocculating yeast strain, Candida athensensis SB18, and its use in production of xylitol from up to 300 g/L D-xylose. Complete...

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