Biotechnology for Sustainability and Social Well Being

Edited by
August 2021
250 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0672-2 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0673-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Biotechnology for Sustainability and Social Well Being that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Chemistry & Materials Science
Computer Science & Mathematics
Environmental & Earth Sciences

This book covers the latest development of bioprocess technology including theoretical, numerical, and experimental approaches in biotechnology as well as green technology that bridge conventional practices and Industry 4.0. Bioprocessing is one of the key factors in several emerging industries of biofuels, used in the production of biogas, bioethanol, and biodiesel; industrial enzymes; waste management through biotechnology; new vaccines; and many more. It is hoped that the novel bioprocess and green biotechnologies presented in this book are useful in assisting the global community in working towards fulfilling the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the United Nations.

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extraction; leaf; liquid biphasic flotation; polygonum; protein; date fruits; proximate analysis; physico-chemical characteristics; date sugar; phytoconstituents; amino acids; biomaterials; Ficus carica; diabetes mellitus; proteomics; sperm quality; bioeconomy; bioprocesses; applications; policy; social welfare; sustainability; nanofiltration; lipase; Fusarium heterosporum; fatty acid methyl ester; electronics package; induction heating; magnetic field; electric field; TM110 single-mode cavity; solder; eddy current; GABA; fermented food; functional food; non-protein amino acid; soy sauce fermentation; lignocellulosic biomass; holocellulose; CMC; degree of substitution; excipient; non-edible; oil; biodiesel production; fuel; Lactobacillus isolation; lag phase; bacteria sequencing; breast milk; chitosan; co-loaded nanoparticles; hydrophobic modification; l-ascorbic acid; thymoquinone; sustainable supply chain management (SSSCM); social sustainability; qualitative research; Pakistan; biohydrogen production; immobilised cells; entrapment; alginate; chitosan; activated carbon; carbon dioxide; culture media; microorganism; optimization; plant growth promoting rhizobacteria; oil palm seedlings nursery; biofertilizers; chemical fertilizer; n/a; sago hampas; amylase; cellulase; substrate feeding; saccharification; biomass; waste cooking oil; green fuel; biodiesel; heterogeneous catalyst; deoxygenation