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  1. CEP: News Update

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Cutting to the Core of the Pulp and Paper Industry Modern papermaking began in 19th-century France with the invention of the Fourdrinier machine, a device that allowed papermakers to produce sheets continuously, rather than one at a time. Today’s papermaking machines are similar to the Fourdrinier...

  2. AIChE Journal Highlight: Probabilistic Modeling to Drive Pharmaceutical Development

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Over the past 15 years, the pharmaceutical industry has undergone much transformation. Drug targets ( i.e., proteins associated with a particular disease process) have grown more challenging and the molecules required to hit those targets have become more complex. The industry is under tremendous...

  3. New Products: November 2019

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Bioprocessing Advanced Pipetting Heads Streamline Cell Culture Workflows The VIAFLO 96/384 has been improved with the addition of two new 24-channel pipetting heads. Designed to make cell biology workflows more efficient and reliable, these handheld, electronic pipettes allow plate filling, reagent...

  4. Technical Entity Trends: Advancing Biotechnology in Asia

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Asia is in the midst of rapid economic growth and now offers exciting possibilities in research, particularly in the area of biotechnology. Just two decades ago, advanced biotechnology research was centered primarily in the U.S. and Europe, and many researchers and students from Asia went there to...

  5. Catalyzing Commercialization: A Cost-Effective Process for Creating Sustainable, Alternative Protein Foods

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) estimates that, by 2050, agricultural production will need to grow by almost 50% to meet the world’s increasing demand for food. A growing population needs access to vital protein, and current animal farming and meat alternatives...

  6. SBE Special Section: Industrial Biotechnology (Complete 26-Page Section)

    CEP Magazine article, October 2019

    Industrial Biotechnology Inspires and Innovates; Building Successful Startups in Industrial Biotechnology; Developing the Next Generation of Sustainable Biomaterials; New Tools from the Microbial World for Agriculture and Beyond; Meeting the Needs of the Cell-Based Meat Industry; Scaleup and Commercialization of a Gas Fermentation Technology

  7. Building Successful Startups in Industrial Biotechnology

    CEP Magazine article, October 2019

    Industrial biotech startups are typically founded by technical individuals — engineers and scientists with little experience in the world of business. This article describes ways to avoid some of the pitfalls that budding startups face.

  8. Industrial Biotechnology Inspires and Innovates

    CEP Magazine article, October 2019

    The industrial biotechnology community spans industry, national laboratories, academic institutions, and investors in the private equity and venture capital (VC) space. From small startups to established multinationals, companies in this field are pushing boundaries and developing game-changing innovations.

  9. New Tools from the Microbial World for Agriculture and Beyond

    CEP Magazine article, October 2019

    By 2050, crop production will need to increase by more than 70% to sustain the world’s growing population. To meet this target, novel crop protection strategies must be developed and implemented. One biotech company is leading the charge in generating biological products for disease and pest control in crops.

  10. Developing the Next Generation of Sustainable Biomaterials

    CEP Magazine article, October 2019

    Inspired by nature, one company is using advanced biotechnology techniques to develop new textiles and materials that raise the bar for sustainability.

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