Author:Sonja Schulte

red liquid in a small glas in front of pink bubbles
0 comments

Low‐toxic and non-irritant biosurfactant surfactin and its performances in detergent formulations

Developing eco‐friendly, nonirritant, low‐toxic, and high‐efficient surface active ingredients for detergents is an ongoing challenge in the detergent field. Surfactin is one of the representative lipopeptides produced by microorganisms. In a recently published article, Chinese researchers report the surfactin isolated from cell‐free broth of Bacillus subtilis HSO121 and purified by...

Read MoreRead More
0 comments

Bell exhibits at SEPAWA 2019

From 23 to 25 October 2019 Bell Flavors & Fragrances EMEA presents environmentally friendly fragrances as well as latest technology developments at SEPAWA Congress in Berlin. This year, they put the focus on the efficient and sustainable use of resources that enables first-class products, and at the same time help...

Read MoreRead More
Plastic detergent container on white background with clipping path
0 comments

Chemically recycled plastic bottles by Henkel

For the first time, Henkel has produced bottles using chemically recycled plastic in collaboration with packaging manufacturer Alpla. Through chemical recycling, mixed plastic waste that was previously impossible to recycle can be effectively reprocessed and reused. The pilot project with bottles of “Perwoll” is part of the ChemCycling project led...

Read MoreRead More
0 comments

Multipotentiality of skin‐derived precursors

Skin‐derived precursors (SKPs) have been described as multipotent dermal precursors. Laurine Bergeron et al. from Ashland Speciality published a review of the breadth and depth of scientific literature and studies regarding SKPs, accounting for a large number of scientific publications. Interestingly, these progenitors can be isolated from embryonic and adult...

Read MoreRead More