At Leaf, we are passionate about accelerating the transition to the bioeconomy. We push boundaries to reveal the full potential of fermentation and develop industrial microorganisms and processes that allow renewable productions.
Fermentation is one of the key enabling technologies to sustain a new bio-based and sustainable economy. During the fermentation process, microorganisms convert biomass sugars into bio-based molecules that are used in a wide range of applications. Fermentation is a millennial process. However, thanks to the development of knowledge and advanced technologies, the possibilities of innovation are infinite and cost effective. Thus, industrial applications of fermentation are expanding consistently and demand a solid and expert partner.
At Leaf, we are structured to bring your novel fermentation application to industrial scale and market reality.
Microorganisms and bio-based molecules used in crop protection, soils bioremediation, and wastewater treatment.
Bio-based, fermented ingredients and microorganisms for beauty, cosmetic and personal care products.
Biodegradable and low toxicity bio-based surfactants like industrial and household detergents, softeners, dishwashing products.
Biotransformation of lignocellulosic feedstocks through the use of microorganisms or enzymes to extract molecules of interest and high added value from different biomasses, in a more selective and eco-friendly way.
Innovative enzymatic processes or bio-based fibers, silks, dyes to produce sustainable fabrics being used in the clothing, fashion, upholstery, or medical industries.
Microorganisms and biomaterials for a sustainable building industry including concrete, cement, bricks, insulation, timber.
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