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DIC and Debut Biotech Advance and Scale Biomanufacturing of Sustainable Red Colorants for Food, Nutrition, and Cosmetics

02-Aug-2022

DIC Corporation (DIC) announced the start of the second phase of a joint development agreement with California-based biotech startup Debut Biotechnology, Inc. (Debut Biotech), a synthetic biology company at the forefront of advanced biomanufacturing technology. The agreement focuses on creating ...

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Japanese scientists found potential food contamination routes of a newly identified foodborne pathogen

22-Apr-2022

People must consume enough, safe, and nutritious food to remain alive and healthy. Consumption of unsafe foods, contaminated with harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites, or chemical substances, is responsible for more than 200 diseases, ranging from diarrhea to cancer. Diarrheal diseases are the ...

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World’s first LED lights developed from rice husks

19-Apr-2022

Milling rice to separate the grain from the husks produces about 100 million tons of rice husk waste globally each year. Scientists searching for a scalable method to fabricate quantum dots have developed a way to recycle rice husks to create the first silicon quantum dot (QD) LED light. Their ...

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Osaka University, Shimadzu, and SIGMAXYZ collaborate on 3D Bioprinting technology

Accelerating technological development to solve social issues such as the environment, food, and health

13-Apr-2022

National University Corporation Osaka University, Shimadzu Corporation, and SIGMAXYZ Inc. have signed an agreement on collaboration for "social implementation of 3D bioprinting technology." Prior to this, Osaka University and Shimadzu Corporation also signed a joint research agreement on the ...

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Researchers investigate the physiological changes in Japanese Black steers during feeding

01-Apr-2022

Researchers have uncovered more about the physiological changes undergone by Japanese Black cattle during the feeding process. Their discovery paves the way for easier evaluation of cattle’s metabolic status, hopefully leading to the production of higher quality meat. Meat from Japanese Black ...

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Ajinomoto Co., Inc. Invests in SuperMeat, a Cultivated Meat Startup

With the Aim of Building a Sustainable Food System through Cellular Agriculture Technology

16-Mar-2022

Ajinomoto Co., Inc. (“Ajinomoto Co.”) has decided to collaborate with SuperMeatthe Essence of Meat Ltd. (“SuperMeat”), a food tech company engaged in the development and production ofcultivated meat. As part of this collaboration, Ajinomoto also invests in SuperMeat, as one of its ...

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Broccoli compound induces cell death in yeast, offers research path for cancer treatment

26-Jan-2022

Broccoli may contain advantages beyond nutrition. A molecule found in broccoli, cabbage and more digests down into DIM, a compound with brighter benefits than the name implies, such as inducing cell death in breast, prostate and colon cancer. Now, researchers are beginning to understand the ...

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Chewing to stay slim: how to savor your food better and dodge weight gain, too!

Oral stimuli during the chewing of food can help increase energy expenditure of body and prevent obesity, according to a new study

14-Jan-2022

That chewingfoodwell makes a healthy eating habit is age-old wisdom. Slow eating and thorough chewing help prevent obesity and weight gain—a view popularized a century back and tested afterward in sporadic scientific studies. Typically, the chewing process reportedly enhances the energy ...

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McDonald's limits fries portions in Japan due to supply issues

24-Dec-2021

Fast food chain McDonald's is selling only small portions of fries in Japan for a week due to delivery problems. From December 24 to 30, portion sizes will be limited to avoid further shortages, the company said. The import of potatoes had been delayed - due to flooding at the port of Vancouver ...

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Healthier tapioca starch is on the way

20-Dec-2021

Researchers at the RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science (CSRS) in Japan have recently created a healthier form of starch in the cassava plant. Published in the scientific journal Plant Molecular Biology, the study shows how reducing levels of starch branching enzymes (SBEs) in cassava ...

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