Welcome to Dr. Matthias Kleespies´ Website!
My project "Euronia" is aiming to substitute modern mass products, causing various ecological problems during their production and usage, by complementary biodegradable products allowing an essentially more environmental friendly production.
Anticipating that the extensive overexploitation of fossile and natural resources will most likely lead to an ecological collapse with greater and wider impacts than the presently foreseeable global crisis of economics (and the complete meltdown of worldwide financial systems), I am focusing my efforts on biodegradable products only.
The projects are based on the complex microbial community named "Sugary Kefir" (Water Kefir) not only synthesizing a biopolymer not utilized all over the world to date, but exhibiting additional unique features. For example, its biotechnological production will relaease almost no waste products.
The following is a description of possible products derived from Sugary Kefir, each of which fulfilling my demands of "Balancing Humans and Nature".
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Advantages: very cheap - at most as expensive as conventional plastics but cheaper than competitive bioplastics.
Planned utilization: packaging materials for mass products.
Innovative papers void of cellulose. Due to the production process, ecological balancing will be much better than for conventional papers - paper production without wood consumption, bleaching, and pollution of water.
... for recultivation of agriculture in the dry zones of the earth: combined storage of humidity and fertilizers together with microorganisms increasing plant vitality and yield.
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Improvement of the classical beverage named "Sugary Kefir" by defined completion of the fermentation process without decrease of biological value.
Based on an innovative process, the organism exhibits strong antibiotic properties. Using this as starting point, well tolerable antibiotics with effectivenesses against a number of pathogenic microorganisms will be developed.