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Scale-up from Pilot to Commercial: The Digest’s 2016 Multi-Slide Guide to Fermentation 2.0.1

Scale-up from Pilot to Commercial: The Digest’s 2016 Multi-Slide Guide to Fermentation 2.0.1

April 28, 2016 |

As part of March Madness 2016, Genomatica’s Jeff Lievense presented this master class on Fermentation 2.0 — alongside Mark Warner’s super presentation which you can see here While you’re at it, you can access our 8-Slide Guide to Genomatica here. And, you can access the recorded webinar here.

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Scale-up from Pilot to Commercial: The Digest’s 2016 Multi-Slide Guide to Fermentation 2.0

Scale-up from Pilot to Commercial: The Digest’s 2016 Multi-Slide Guide to Fermentation 2.0

April 27, 2016 |

As part of March Madness 2016, Mark Warner presented this highly-praised slide deck on Fermentation 2.0. You can access the recorded webinar here.  And Mark’s latest Thought Leadership column in The Digest is here, on Commercializing Innovative Foods.

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University of Maryland researchers patent fermentation of hydrocarbons

University of Maryland researchers patent fermentation of hydrocarbons

December 28, 2015 |

In Maryland, researchers at the University of Maryland have been awarded a patent that ferments biomass or gaseous CO2 and H2 into hexane and octane much like beer with the use of natural microorganisms. This follows a patent that uses a similar technique to produce ethanol but this time directly into hydrocarbon components. The microorganisms […]

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Health companies team up to reduce bacteria contaminations in fermentation process

Health companies team up to reduce bacteria contaminations in fermentation process

May 14, 2015 |

In Ohio, Elanco Animal Health, in partnership with HealthPro Brands, has created a new all-natural product that can be used to combat large bacteria contaminations that harm the alcoholic fermentation process. This new product is called “Natrucan” and will be launched in Brazil in May. Natrucan has shown similar antibacterial efficacy as Elanco’s main product […]

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Carbon Dioxide, an important by-product of fermentation: Food industry applications and usage

Carbon Dioxide, an important by-product of fermentation: Food industry applications and usage

January 19, 2015 |

By Sam A. Rushing – Advanced Cryogenics, Ltd. Special to the Digest This article on CO2 usage in the food industry is one in a series for the applications which are predominant and important in the carbon dioxide industry. This subject is particularly interesting to the US Corn Belt region, which contains some of the […]

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UW-Madison scientists discovers origins of cold-fermentation yeasts

UW-Madison scientists discovers origins of cold-fermentation yeasts

April 10, 2014 |

In Wisconsin, scientists are beginning to color in the margins of yeast ecology and genetics, identifying new strains in new environments and using the tools of molecular biology to ferret out traits that could aid industrial fermentation technologies. Writing in the journal Molecular Ecology, a team led by University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor of Genetics Chris […]

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Lesaffre launches spinoff for value-added fermentation solutions

Lesaffre launches spinoff for value-added fermentation solutions

March 17, 2014 |

In France, Lesaffre announced the launch of Leaf Technologies (LESAFFRE ADVANCED FERMENTATION TECHNOLOGIES). Leaf Technologies will focus on the worldwide sales and market development of value-added fermentation solutions for fuel ethanol and bio-based chemicals producers. Leaf Technologies’ mission is to reinforce Lesaffre’s current position on the first generation fuel ethanol market and continue innovating in […]

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Greenbelt Resources teams with Cal Poly SLO on fermentation research

Greenbelt Resources teams with Cal Poly SLO on fermentation research

September 30, 2013 |

In California, Greenbelt Resources Corporation and its wholly-owned subsidiary Diversified Ethanol Corporation announced their investment in a research effort with California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo focused on fermentation testing related to various ethanol production-related feedstocks. The focus of the study is on the efficacy of food waste and sweet potato fermentation for […]

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Evolva and Cargill report fermentation-based steviol glycosides moving to pilot scale ahead of schedule

Evolva and Cargill report fermentation-based steviol glycosides moving to pilot scale ahead of schedule

September 16, 2013 |

In Switzerland, Evolva Holding and Cargill announced that their development program for fermentation-based steviol glycosides is moving into pilot scale ahead of schedule, potentially making it available for commercialization sooner than expected. Earlier this year, Cargill and Evolva entered into an agreement to jointly develop and commercialize fermentation-based steviol glycosides. Steviol glycosides are the compounds […]

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Belgian researchers develop GM yeast to increase fermentation efficiency

Belgian researchers develop GM yeast to increase fermentation efficiency

September 5, 2013 |

In Belgium, researchers from the Catholic University of Leuven and VIB have genetically modified yeasts in order to produce ethanol from a wider variety of sugars from biomass and waste, including the elusive pentose. The new yeast strains should increase fermentation efficiency and make second-generation ethanol more economically viable.

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