The global cosmetics industry is worth more than $500 billion but relies on ingredients that are unsustainable and cause harm to plant and animal life. Some products are sourced from animals directly and many others cause harm indirectly by persisting and accumulating in the environment.
This white paper from ERS Genomics describes how biotechnology firms are using CRISPR-Cas9 to engineer microbes to sustainably produce biomolecules used in cosmetics without the need for plant or animal sources.
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