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First metabolic oncology inhibitor gets FDA green light, with record price tag.


Biocatalysis as a green route for recycling the recalcitrant plastic polyethylene terephthalate.

Biocatalysis can enable a closed-loop recycling of post-consumer PET waste.

Distances on hills look farther than distances on flat ground: Evidence from converging measures.

Distances on hills are judged as farther than when the same distance is presented on the flat ground. The hypothesized reason for this difference is because perception is influenced by the increased effort required to walk up a hill than to walk the same distance on flat ground. Alternatively, distances presented up a hill might be judged as farther for other, nonperceptual reasons such as bias from demand characteristics. To test whether distances on hills are perceived as farther or are merely judged as f...


Improving rice population productivity by reducing nitrogen rate and increasing plant density.

In terms of tillering potential, the aboveground portions of rice are significantly influenced by the nitrogen level (NL) and transplant density (TD). To obtain a suitable combination of NL and TD, five NLs (0, 90, 180, 270 and 360 kg ha-1) and two TDs [high density (HD), 32.5×104 hills ha-1; low density (LD), 25.5×104 hills ha-1] were used in the rice experiments during 2012 to 2014, in Jiangsu, China. The results showed the highest grain yield of rice obtained at HD and LD when N supply was 180 and 270 ...

Chemical and Physical Exposures in the Emerging US Green-Collar Workforce.

"Green collar" workers serve in occupations that directly improve environmental quality and sustainability. This study estimates and compares the prevalence of select physical and chemical exposures among green versus non-green U.S. workers.

Editorial overview: Systems biology for biotechnology.

Metallic bionanocatalysts: potential applications as green catalysts and energy materials.

Microbially generated or supported nanocatalysts have potential applications in green chemistry and environmental application. However, precious (and base) metals biorefined from wastes may be useful for making cheap, low-grade catalysts for clean energy production. The concept of bionanomaterials for energy applications is reviewed with respect to potential fuel cell applications, bio-catalytic upgrading of oils and manufacturing 'drop-in fuel' precursors. Cheap, effective biomaterials would facilitate pro...

In memory of Professor Brian F. C. Clark: Tribute by Mike Taussig, Editor in Chief, New Biotechnology.

Editorial overview: Environmental biotechnology.

Co-cultivation of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii with Azotobacter chroococcum improved H2 production.

To improve H2 production, the green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cc849 was co-cultured with Azotobacter chroococcum.

Green fingernail.

The patient hadn't injured her thumb and it didn't hurt. So why had her nail turned green?

Microbial biotechnology and circular economy in wastewater treatment.

Microbial biotechnology is essential for the development of circular economy in wastewater treatment by integrating energy production and resource recovery into the production of clean water. A comprehensive knowledge about identity, physiology, ecology, and population dynamics of process-critical microorganisms will improve process stability, reduce CO2 footprints, optimize recovery and bioenergy production, and help finding new approaches and solutions. Examples of research needs and perspectives are prov...

Green Tea Makes Polyphenol Nanoparticles with Radical-Scavenging Activities.

The constant demand for functional nanomaterials from natural biomass polymers usually requires new "green" synthetic strategies without using any foreign additives. Here, the green fabrication of a series of polyphenol nanoparticles (PNs) only from green tea extraction compounds is reported (i.e., tea polyphenols and theophylline). It is found that the nanoparticle formation process involves covalent copolymerization of monomers, as well as noncovalent self-assembly pathways. Additionally, the resulting PN...

Lifelong Residential Exposure to Green Space and Attention: A Population-based Prospective Study.

Natural environments, including green spaces, may have beneficial impacts on brain development. However, longitudinal evidence of an association between long-term exposure to green spaces and cognitive development (including attention) in children is limited.

Microbial biotechnology as a tool to restore degraded drylands.

We briefly review how microbial biotechnology can contribute to improve activities aiming to restore degraded drylands and to combat their desertification, which are an integral part of the Sustainable Development Goal 15 of the 2030 Agenda. Microbial biotechnology offers notable promise to improve restoration actions based on the use of biocrust-forming engineered cyanobacteria, which play key roles in maintaining ecosystem structure and functioning in drylands worldwide. Advances in our understanding of m...

Systems and synthetic biology for the biotechnological application of cyanobacteria.

Cyanobacteria are the only prokaryotes that perform oxygenic photosynthesis. Their evolutionary relation to plastids in eukaryotic phototrophs and their increasing utilization as green cell factories initiated the use of systems biology approaches early on. For select model strains, extensive 'omics' data sets have been generated, and genome-wide models have been elucidated. Moreover, the results obtained may be used for the optimization of cyanobacterial metabolism, which can direct the biotechnological pr...

Fungi-assisted silver nanoparticle synthesis and their applications.

Nanotechnology is a rapidly developing field because of its wide range of applications in science, nanoscience and biotechnology. Nanobiotechnology deals with nanomaterials synthesised or modified using biotechnology. Fungi are used to synthesise metal nanoparticles and they have vast applications in wound healing, pathogen detection and control, food preservation, textiles, fabrics, etc. The present review describes the different types of fungi used for the biosyntheses of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs), alo...

Isoflavones from green vegetable soya beans and their antimicrobial and antioxidant activities.

Green vegetable soya beans, known as Maodou in China, supplied as vegetable-type fruits of soybean plant. Previous study indicated Green vegetable soya beans exhibited anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory activities. However, the material basis and pharmacological activities of green soybean plant were not unraveled clearly. In this study, we investigated the chemical ingredients and their pharmacological activities.

The Expanded Red/Green Cyanobacteriochrome Lineage: An Evolutionary Hot Spot.

This article highlights the paper by Rockwell et al. in the current issue of Photochemistry and Photobiology. Rockwell et al. describe the discovery of novel two-Cys photocycles within the "expanded red/green" (XRG) cyanobacteriochrome (CBCR) lineage. Comprehensive phylogenetic analysis revealed that several XRG CBCRs possess a second Cys residue in the DXCF (Asp-Xaa-Cys-Phe) motif conserved among the DXCF CBCR lineage. Spectral studies identified that these CBCRs showed green/blue or ultraviolet/blue rev...

Biotechnology and Bioengineering: Volume 114, Number 9, September 2017.

Erratum: Nature Biotechnology's academic spinouts of 2016.

Biotechnology and Bioengineering: Volume 114, Number 4, April 2017.

Photoswitching of Green mEos2 by Intense 561- Nm Light Perturbs Efficient Green-to-Red Photoconversion in Localization Microscopy.

Green-to-red photoconvertible fluorescent proteins (PCFPs) such as mEos2 and its derivatives are widely used in PhotoActivated Localization Microscopy (PALM). However, the complex photophysics of these genetically encoded markers complicates the quantitative analysis of PALM data. Here, we show that intense 561-nm light (~1 kW/cm2) typically used to localize single red molecules considerably affects the green-state photophysics of mEos2 by populating at least two reversible dark states. These dark states re...

Highly Efficient Green-Emitting Phosphors Ba2Y5B5O17 with Low Thermal Quenching Due to Fast Energy Transfer from Ce(3+) to Tb(3).

This paper demonstrates a highly thermally stable and efficient green-emitting Ba2Y5B5O17:Ce(3+), Tb(3+) phosphor prepared by high-temperature solid-state reaction. The phosphor exhibits a blue emission band of Ce(3+) and green emission lines of Tb(3+) upon Ce(3+) excitation in the near-UV spectral region. The effect of Ce(3+) to Tb(3+) energy transfer on blue to green emission color tuning and on luminescence thermal stability is studied in the samples codoped with 1% Ce(3+) and various concentrations (0-4...

Does the Health Impact of Exposure to Neighbourhood Green Space Differ between Population Groups? An Explorative Study in Four European Cities.

It has been suggested that certain residents, such as those with a low socioeconomic status, the elderly, and women, may benefit more from the presence of neighbourhood green space than others. We tested this hypothesis for age, gender, educational level, and employment status in four European cities. Data were collected in Barcelona (Spain; n = 1002), Kaunas (Lithuania; n = 989), Doetinchem (The Netherlands; n = 847), and Stoke-on-Trent (UK; n = 933) as part of the EU-funded PHENOTYPE project. Surveys were...


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