Posts tagged with ‘marine protein’

  • Marine DNA used to create improved optoelectronic devices

    Made mainstream by its role in human-genome mapping, genetic-trait analysis, and forensics, deoxyribonucleic acid is also playing a role as a biopolymer for the creation of novel photonic devices. Andrew Steckl and colleagues at the University of Cincinnati have used DNA to improve the efficiency of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) for illumination and displays. To make efficient biopolymers, a better […]
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  • Herring milt to fight Malnutrition

    Food products containing herring milt may in the future contribute to fighting malnutrition. Up until the 1960s, English coalminers consumed products based on herring milt to stay healthy. Such products were also sold in Norway. However, this raw material from herring is not exploited today. Scientists and industry want to attempt to change this. A new project, which is being […]
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  • Marine Biotech Revenues Projected to Reach $3.78 Billion by 2012, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc

    A growing interest from the medical, pharmaceutical, aquaculture, and industrial sectors, the global market for marine biotechnology drive this projected rise in revenue. The advent of advanced scientific disciplines such as molecular biology, genomics, bioinformatics and the application of information technology to biotechnology has tremendously enhanced human understanding of marine life. Widening applications in several end-use areas including marine transportation, […]
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  • U.S. Seafood Processors Missing Out on Opportunity for Additional Value and Revenue With Byproducts

    Strategro International, a market entry and business growth consultancy, spoke to a packed room of seafood processors at the International Boston Seafood Show recently offering examples of how companies and researchers worldwide are developing valuable products from seafood processing waste streams. For the unenlightened seafood company, seafood byproducts can pose a headache and a significant cost item for disposal, storage, […]
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