The transformation of renewable feedstocks for the production of value added molecules represent a great opportunity to reduce the dependence on fossil energy, to mitigate the impact of the climatic change, and to reduce anthropogenic waste and replace them with biodegradable materials.

At INDEAR we develop technologies that use plants and microorganisms as bioreactors to produce added value biomolecules with industrial and agricultural value.

Our Metabolic Engineering platform uses state-of-the-art technologies in Bacillus subtilis in order to produce high value-added biological compounds from low-cost raw materials, such as glycerin.

Our Molecular Farming program, designed for the production of biomolecules in plants, uses new expression technologies in safflower seeds, a non-traditional oil seed which does not compete directly in the food chain .