Biotechnology is understood as the conversion of findings from biology and biochemistry into technical or technically usable elements.
While green biotechnology refers to plants (including their genetic modification) and red biotechnology is concerned with the production of medicines, white biotechnology refers to biotechnology-based products and industrial processes, for example in the chemical, textile or food industries.
Currently, one also speaks of -blue- biotechnology, which deals with the use of substances from the sea.

e-nema is a company in the field of white biotechnology, which can cultivate and produce micro- and macroorganisms on an industrial scale.