Bioproduction affords flexible production processes that can be adapted to respond to emergency needs, increasing the resilience of global supply chains and supporting progress towards reaching the global sustainability goals.
Many living systems are already used successfully in the production of essential industrial goods. Plants are at the basis of the whole human economy and have an important role in human health. They represent a source of feed, food, clothing and construction materials. They are the origin of many nutrients and medicines, and they can be used to produce various chemicals, therapeutic molecules and vaccines.
While research continues to progress in demonstrating the potential of the bioeconomy, the challenges related to development and commercialization of bio-based processes and products require experienced and skilful planning and execution.
Chart Biotechnology is actively supporting innovation, development and commercialization of products and technologies within bioproduction.