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Using microbes to produce chemicals and fuels has long been a dream, but now a third wave of technological developments is making it economically viable.

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Microorganisms are increasingly being harnessed to create everything from cleaner fuels to flavourings, dyes and chemicals, part of a growing interest in reengineering existing biological processes for new purposes.

Making proteins out of air – how CO2 can solve the food industry’s climate crisis

Vienna-based startup Arkeon Biotechnologies converts carbon dioxide into carbon-negative food ingredients.

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