From the Experts
In nature, we find a variety of microbes that possess a variety of specialized functions. We have spent many years of research into these functions as they relate to the cycle of resources in our environment. From our work, we have suggested ways that these microbes can be used to benefit mankind
For example, soil-borne microbes work on a variety of functional substances within living organisms, promoting breakdown reactions under natural conditions. During metabolization, the low amount of energy produced and its gentle dissolution tend to reduce the production of ammonia, methane gas, and hydrogen sulfide. In effect, these microbes are tiny soil-borne biochemical factories.
I am constantly thinking about ways that the functions of these microbes could be used in environmental apparatus applications in the environmental cycle. I was fortunate enough to meet a company that wanted to commercialize my research. Our partnership eventually led to a product called "Biotech Yunosa", which is a bio material used in organics decomposition.
"Biotech Yunosa" is a special culture extracted from microbes present in natural soil. Just as the microbes eat dead leaves, they can also efficiently break down kitchen garbage and other organics, which makes these microbes both human- and eco-friendly.
When researchers and business people work together, they can bring new, innovative products to the market. The result is a benefit to society, which, as a researcher, pleases me to no end.