BOC Sciences Commitment at BIO 2022: From Concept to GMP Production

 BIO International Convention united over 15,000 researchers and top-tier biotech leaders this year to intensively expand their partnerships during the four-day meeting. As a prominent contributor to the pharma industry, BOC Sciences is certified as an eligible exhibitor and allocated booth 1441.

The preparation period of BOC Sciences for the BIO conference spans out the first half of 2022, which turns out to be worthwhile since its booth 1441 became a busy spot with many visitors coming to inquire about commercial microbial manufacturing services. The key expertise showcased this year is fermentation for APIs & bioactive metabolites, preclinical CRO services, integrated CDMO services, etc.

“Our one-stop fermentation CDMO services cover the complete process of developing and biomanufacturing most biological molecules. From project design, strain selection and improvement, microbial fermentation process development, all the way to commercial scale-up production, we can turn your concept into reality,” the delegates of BOC Sciences promised at BIO 2022.

Is BOC Sciences able to fulfill its promise? The affirmative answer lies in its doctoral-level expert team, versatile fermentation skills, certified GMP facilities, and FDA-approved quality assurance system. Below is a detailed list of BOC Sciences highlights presented at the BIO conference this year:

Fermentation for APIs & Bioactive Metabolites:

Multiple strain development strategies including mutation, selection, cloning, and genetic recombination.

Extensive product portfolio of metabolites up to kilogram scales.

Successful delivery in 20+ high potent API projects.

Preclinical CRO Services:

Small molecule synthesis

Analytical services

Bioconjugation and custom labeling

Innovation platform

Integrated CDMO Services:

Full range of pharmaceutical compounds, food and cosmetic ingredients.

4 manufacturing sites.

2,000,000+ L production capacity.

GMP-compliant facilities.

Although the conference has just concluded, it has a profound impact on BOC Sciences’ global partnerships. According to the feedback collected from visitors, a large portion of them show interest in BOC Sciences’ fermentation CDMO services and are planning to source technical support from it. “We have unshakeable faith in our fermentation skills. Therefore it’s within our expectation that there will be a large volume of customers willing to entrust us with fermentation work,” the head of BOC Sciences delegation said.

After BIO 2022, BOC Sciences is still continuing its optimization in fermentation workflows so as to better keep its promise of turning the fermentation concept into valuable results.


BOC Sciences offers comprehensive support to enhance the control over the fermentation process, which can dramatically increase manufacturing efficiency and enable greater business profitability.

BOC Sciences

Alex Brown




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Japan – Commitment to Making Mazda Factories Worldwide Go Carbon Neutral by 2035

Mazda Motor Corporation, announced our commitment to making Mazda factories globally go carbon neutral by 2035, keeping an eye on our goal of making our whole supply chain carbon neutral by 2050.

Roadmap for CO2 emissions reduction

Mazda sees it as the core responsibility of any automotive manufacturer to do their part in curbing global warming by reducing CO2 emissions in every process of vehicle production, including manufacturing, transport, vehicle usage, recycling, etc. Consequently, Mazda has been actively engaged in carbon neutral initiatives.

To achieve carbon neutrality in Mazda factories around the globe by 2035, we plan to work closely with our partners and proceed via three pillars: (1) energy conservation, (2) shift to renewable energies, (3) introduction of carbon neutral fuels for in-house transportation.

The first pillar focuses on energy conservation efforts during the vehicle manufacturing processes, which emit large amounts of CO2. These include reduction of thermal energy through the development of low-temperature curing paints and improvement of energy conversion efficiency by optimizing processing technology.

Regarding the second pillar, i.e., shifting to renewable energy, Mazda recognizes the importance of not only making steps toward the company’s carbon neutrality, but also that of contributing to the growth of the local economy. Therefore, we will participate proactively in efforts of the Carbon Neutral Electricity Promotion Subcommittee, which aims to expand the supply and demand of carbon neutral electricity throughout the Chugoku region. We are also considering various forms of decarbonization, such as low/carbon-free power generation in our plants and procurement of electricity from renewable energy suppliers.

For introduction of carbon neutral fuels, the third pillar of our initiatives, efforts include Mazda working toward using carbon neutral fuel for in-house transportation in cooperation with the Hiroshima Council for Automotive Industry-Academia-Government Collaboration which is promoting the practical use of next-generation biofuels.

Furthermore, we will capitalize on these initiatives conducted in Japan and use them as a basis to implement the optimal approach for each facility outside Japan.

Through these efforts, Mazda will continue to make steady steps toward the greater challenge of making our whole supply chain carbon neutral by 2050 and our endeavor to help create a future where we can coexist with our beautiful planet in harmony and forever.

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India’s commitment to environment friendly green energy further gets strengthen through the notification of

Ministry of Power notifies rule for  the sustainability of the electricity sector and promotion of clean energy to meet the India’s commitment towards Climate Change.

The investors and other stakeholders in the power sector had been concerned about the timely recovery of the cost due to change in law, curtailment of renewable power and other related matters. The following Rules notified by the Ministry of Power under Electricity Act, 2003 are in the interest of the electricity consumers and the stakeholders:

i)    Electricity (Timely recovery of costs due to Change in Law) Rules, 2021.

ii)  Electricity (Promotion of generation from renewable sources of energy by addressing Must Run and other matters) Rules, 2021.

            Timely recovery of the costs due to change in law is very important as the investment in the power sector largely depends upon the timely payments. At present the pass through under change of law takes time.  This impacts the viability of the sector and the developers get financially stressed. The Rules would help in creating investment friendly environment in the country.

            The energy transition is happening across the globe. India has also made commitments to bring about energy transition.  India has also announced international commitment to set up 175 GW of RE capacity by 2022 and 450 GW by 2030.  These Rules will help in achieving the targets of RE generation. This will ensure that the consumers get green and clean power and secure a healthy environment for the future generation.

A formula has been provided to calculate adjustment in the monthly tariff due to the impact of Change in Law.

The Rules also provide that a must-run power plant shall not be subjected to curtailment or regulation of generation or supply of electricity on account of merit order dispatch or any other commercial consideration.  The electricity generated from a must-run power plant may be curtailed or regulated only in the event of any technical constraint in the electricity grid or for reasons of security of the electricity grid.  For curtailment or regulation of power, the provisions of the Indian Electricity Grid Code shall be followed. In the event of a curtailment of supply from a must-run power plant, compensation shall be payable by the procurer to the must-run power plant at the rates specified in the agreement for purchase or supply of electricity. The RE generator is also allowed to sell power in the power exchange and recover the cost suitably. This helps in realisation of revenue by the generator and also the power is available in the electricity grid for use of consumers.

            The Rules also provides for the Intermediary procurer to procure electricity for distribution licensees. In this regard, the Rules inter-alia states that “the intermediary procurer, an agency nominated by the Central Government or State Government, may procure electricity through a transparent process of bidding in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Central Government under section 63 of the Act for sale to one or more distribution licensees.”



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