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Chemistry Today

November/December 2019

Stirrer speed adaption is beneficial for liquefaction of cellulose

Enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose is a key step in the valorisation of lignocellulosic material subsequent to pretreatment. The optimization of hydrolytic enzymes is in the focus of intensive research of different institutes and companies whereby not much attention is being paid to the process engineering parameters such as the stirrer velocity.

Mechanochemistry: a disruptive innovation for the industry of the future

Mechanochemistry is rapidly developing as a multidisciplinary science on the borderline between chemistry, materials science and environmental science. Experimentally, mechanochemical approaches offer the possibility to rapidly perform chemical reactions under solvent-free and ambient conditions, hence fulfilling several of the guidelines suggested by the ...

Environmental cleaning mission Bioconversion of oxidatively fragmented polyethylene plastic waste to ...

The innovative recycling method, we are proposing, relies upon the controlled oxidative fragmentation of waste LDPE plastic to the inexpensive substrates for future sustainable production of PHAs with the aid of  Cupriavidus necator. LDPE oxidized fragments (PE-F) were obtained from the re-engineering LDPE film ...

Standardization of genomic information representation

The extensive usage of genome sequencing technologies opens new perspectives in the treatment of several diseases and enables the implementation of the new “precision medicine” approach to healthcare. DNA sequencing technologies produce extremely large amounts of raw data which are stored in different repositories worldwide, at an increasing rate as t ...

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Leftover grain from breweries cou...

A Queen’s University Belfast researcher has developed a low cost technique to convert left over barley from alcohol br...

The Boston Phenylalamonic Orchest...

Researchers from MIT have constructed a musical scale from amino acids, enabling them to equate structural motifs to mus...

TOWARD NEW TYPES OF BIOINSPIRED D...

An ambitious research program spanning several scientific fields: molecular simulation, computational physics-chemistry,...

Agro Food

November/December 2019

Muscle anabolic balance in aging: Tipping the scales in your favour

The age-related loss in skeletal muscle mass and strength, collectively referred to as sarcopenia, is measurable in the sixth decade of life with mass being lost at ~0.8% annually and strength at ~1-3% per year beginning for most in their fourth decade of life. The reduction in muscle mass and strength with advancing age are associated with many chronic d ...

The DNA fingerprint in food forensics: the Basmati rice case

Due to its exceptional aroma and cooking characteristics Basmati rice is one of the most popular rice specialities in the EU and the Middle East and is attracting a premium price. In the EU the strict authenticity definitions by the UK Code of Practice on Basmati Rice (CoP) of 2005 contributed significantly to improve the quality of this product and there ...

The future of infant nutrition

Human milk provides infants with the ultimate start to life, containing a wide variety of nutrients and several components that support healthy growth, a well-developed immune system and a strong intestinal flora. But not every mother breastfeeds. Recent technological advances have resulted in the development of some of these important and healthful compo ...

PANEL DISCUSSION ON PERSONALISED NUTRITION AND FREE FROM MARKET

In this issue, we present a Panel Discussion on Personalised nutrition and free-from. Experts from food ingredients companies and consultants have been invited to participate around a virtual table and discuss about innovation driven by free-from foods, advances in big data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, how to approach personal ...

Beauty sleep could be real, say b...

Biologists from The University of Manchester have explained for the first time why having a good night's sleep really co...

Moderate Alcohol Consumption Incr...

Researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and colleagues found that consuming one daily drink for 10 ye...

Researchers have engineered lager...

Researchers reporting in ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry have engineered lager yeast to make more mole...

H&PC Today

November/December 2019

The big mistake in “selling” digitalization to the chemical industry and how we do better

In this opinion piece, it is asked: What can be done, to bring Digitalization more up to speed for the Chemical Industry? The focus is on us – the people who try to “sell” digitalization to the industry. Much to often we do not speak the language of the decision makers or experts in chemical industry. We fail to define a valuable business case for t ...

Ingredients first: how consumer demands influence formulation & communication

As consumers continue to embrace health and mindful living, they are educating themselves more than ever on the ingredients in their beauty products. The digital revolution has empowered them to scrutinize ingredient labels with increasing confidence, and this has led to a significant shift in product development, whereby ingredients occupy an all-importa ...

Personalised packaging in beauty

The article discusses the growing role of personalisation in the beauty industry, including the product and packaging. It outlines the fundamental changes in retail and consumer behaviour that have changed the power dynamic in retailing, including a need to forge new connections with shoppers. Personalisation is a format of experiential marketing – ...

PANEL DISCUSSION ON HAIR CARE

In this issue, we present a Panel Discussion on Hair care. Ingredients suppliers, Testing and finished products companies have been invited to participate around a virtual table and discuss about Pollution influencing formulations, Key drivers and innovation, more sustainable formulas / biodegradability and last but not least products inspired by “b ...

Study explains why some creams an...

A new study suggests the way some chemicals displace natural fat-like molecules (called lipids) in skin cells may explai...

Sustainable cosmetics for a circu...

How can the cosmetics industry move towards a circular economy? How can
cosmetic & personal care products be desi...

Key role of biocides for health &...

CHIREC/Delta hospital hosted an A.I.S.E. event dedicated to the professional cleaning sector in its recently opened hosp...

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