Essays about: "blue biotechnology"

Found 3 essays containing the words blue biotechnology.

  1. 1. Blue biotechnology : its role in the future of food

    University essay from SLU/Department of Molecular Sciences

    Author : Andrea Lundh; [2020]
    Keywords : Aquaculture; blue biotechnology; aquatic resources; SDG; sustainable development goals; blue growth; zero hunger; food security; agenda 2030;

    Abstract : To provide healthy food and livelihoods to a growing population on Earth, while environmental issues becoming more adverse, as well as climate change becoming more critical, is one of today’s greatest challenges. By 2015 the United Nations come up with 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) to tackle global challenges as poverty, global hunger, climate resilience, population growth control, achieving food security, and promotion of sustainable agriculture. READ MORE

  2. 2. An Investigation Of Development Pathways For An Economically Viable Seafarm Cultivation At The Kosterfjorden, Sweden

    University essay from KTH/Industriell ekologi

    Author : Jean-Baptiste Thomas; [2013]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : New opportunities for sustainable economic development have emerged from the transdisciplinary collaboration of aquaculture and biotechnology. As a response to the European Commission’s call for a European Bioeconomy, SEAFARM, a five-year program pending funding from FORMAS, aims to develop a sustainable aquaculture as a milieu for and in support of further research in blue biotechnology in five collaborating institutions in Sweden. READ MORE

  3. 3. Trametes versicolor laccase: random mutagenesis and heterologous expression in Pichia pastoris

    University essay from Karlstads universitet/Institutionen för kemi

    Author : Linnéa Bergeld; [2008]
    Keywords : Biotechnology; Bioteknik;

    Abstract : Laccase is a blue multi-copper oxidase. It has a broad biotechnical potential which increases the interest to study the enzyme further. A laccase-encoding gene from the white-rot fungus Trametes versicolor (lcc2) was mutated using two different methods for random mutagenesis: error-prone PCR and a method based on an E. READ MORE