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Today we are seeing climate change in action, increased concentrations of atmospheric greenhouse gases have led to a rise in sea levels, temperatures, and extreme weather patterns. Researchers have acknowledged the pivotal role microorganisms in producing sustainable biofuels, increasing carbon sequestration via soil microbes and reducing methane emissions in landfill sites. Microbial innovation will be vital in moving towards a low carbon economy.


Two new species of oil-forming yeast discovered


A research group has discovered two new species of oil-forming yeast in the soil of Shiga Prefecture in Japan. Their study also examines the relationship between the prefecture’s diverse climate and microbial ecology.

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TeselaGen Biotechnology renews partnership with Joint BioEnergy Institute

TeselaGen Biotechnology has announced that it is extending its relationship with Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBEI) through 2027 via a new multi-year contract.

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