Caffeine-Addicted E.Coli May Lead to New Breakthroughs in Wastewater Decontamination and Pharmaceutical Bioproduction
FARMINGTON, Conn., April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Recent scientific findings from a synthetic biology study have created a new strand of E.coli bacteria. Why is this E.coli more special? It's "addicted" to caffeine. The new caffeine-addicted E.coli may lead to practical breakthroughs for wastewater decontamination and bioproduction of medications. Significant environmental pollution has resulted as a consequence of widespread use of caffeine and other methylxanthines in beverages and pharmaceuticals. The study further notes that addicted E.coli strains equipped with a new synthetic N-demethylation operon could be useful for reclaiming nutrient-rich byproducts of coffee bean processing and for cost-effective bioproduction of methylxanthine drugs. Other uses for caffeine-addicted E. coli include decaffeination and to measure caffeine content in beverages.
Effective and affordable technologies, such as the caffeine-addicted E.coli, are solving the most pressing problems in wastewater treatment and the by-products created from industrial processes. Discover more ongoing activities and developments in the water market sphere.
As water efficiency becomes a priority for countries around the world, well-funded universities and institutes are proliferating. The research arising from these programs will transform the water space, but for a corporation or investor, finding the best university or institute partnerships is often hit or miss. This report takes the guesswork out of the equation by naming the top universities and institutes worldwide, and profiles key thought leaders. To facilitate engagement, the report outlines best practice for partnering with academic research and contains interviews with top professors revealing their research and their vision of changes in the water space over the next 15 years.
More information about this report and a free sample are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/lux268694-top-academics-institutions-water-research.html
Development Research and Investment Value of Sewage Treatment Industry in China, 2013-2017
As of the end of 2012, the number of sewage treatment plants in cities and counties in China stood at 3,340. With the strengthening of environmental protection, as well as the enhancement of pollutant treatment efforts, national investments in environment are increasing yearly. The sewage treatment industry is embarking on a peak period of development and this report will help participants stay updated and ahead of the industry.
More information about this report and a free sample are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/hui268651-development-research-investment-value-sewage.html
Global Water Market 2014: Meeting the world's water and wastewater needs until 2018
Global Water Market 2014 identifies the best global opportunities for private sector participation and investment in the water market over the next five years. The report is an essential resource for planning your business strategy and for expanding your business into these profitable country markets. It provides in-depth and exclusive information on emerging trends and opportunities, why it is worth your investment and how to get involved at the earliest stages. In-depth country chapters for the most significant water markets explain market structures, government policies and reveal exclusive current and future project information - providing executives with deep market insight that will give you the edge over your regional competitors.
More information about this report and a free sample are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/gwi260459-global-water-market-meeting-worlds-water.html
Global Industrial Waste Recycling and Services Market 2012-2016
The Global Industrial Waste Recycling and Services market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 10.02 percent over the period 2012-2016. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the increase in sources of industrial waste generation. The Global Industrial Waste Recycling and Services market has also been witnessing the rising need to reduce hazard caused from waste emissions. However, the increase in methods of dumping industrial waste could pose a challenge to the growth of this market.
More information about this report and a free sample are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/infi268742-global-industrial-waste-recycling-services-market.html
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