UTM researchers to develop natural pigment colours from bacteria

JOHOR BARU: Researchers from UTM have scored a breakthrough by successfully extracting colour pigments from bacteria after a three year project and now hope to use it to produce eco-friendly soap.

The team leader Prof Dr Wan Azlina Ahmad said that the colour pigments have been tested on textiles, plastics, and even as food colourant.

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