One way to save money on production is to cut costs - that's clear. And LUMOBid seeks to help it's customers do just that. But what if microorganisms and microbes could assist in trimming the costs of specialty chemicals?
There's already plenty of research confirming the ability of microbes to enhance production output of specialty, fine, and commodity chemicals. Companies like Bayer, are teaming up with start-ups to seeks ways to offer tough competitors to agrochemicals. But how can the chemical industry benefit from microbes? Is it simply a boost in chemical output or will microbes change the way the world views chemicals?
The continued integration of modified microbes across industries isn't ceasing. With the right collaboration efforts and partners in the chemical and biotech industries both stand poised to benefit from further research and development.