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FAPRI sees $4 corn and $10 soybeans but little increased ethanol demand

In Missouri, the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute at the University of Missouri has released its baseline briefing book for agriculture and biofuels in the US. The reports shows the likelihood of $4 corn and $10 soybeans with fewer corn acres planted and more soybeans planted. It also anticipates the RFS to remain in […]

March 19, 2014 More

Dow AgroSciences’ Enlist E3 soybeans successfully complete FDA consultation

In Iowa, Dow AgroSciences and MS Technologies announced that the USFDA has completed its consultation for Enlist E3 soybeans. The agency has no further questions based on submitted data that concluded Enlist E3 soybeans are not different in composition, safety, and other relevant parameters from soybean-derived food and feed currently on the market. This advanced […]

December 23, 2013 More

Missouri project to heighten oleic acid content in soybeans

In Missouri, a research effort to increase the amount of oleic acid found in soybean oil is already underway after the FDA announced its conclusion that trans fats are unsafe in food at the University of Missouri. Developing high oleic acid content traits in soybeans would avoid genetically modifying the beans, and could benefit the […]

November 18, 2013 More

Soybeans used with molybdenum to create catalyst for hydrogen production

In New York, researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory have developed an effective catalyst could replace costly platinum in the production of hydrogen. The catalyst, made from renewable soybeans and abundant molybdenum metal, produces hydrogen, cost-effective manner, potentially increasing the use of this clean energy source. Assisting in the research were […]

April 29, 2013 More

Dow Jones releases year-end index results, soybeans are a winner

In New York, the Dow Jones ended 2012 down 1.14%, but with the single commodity index for soybeans shooting up 23.85% in year-end returns. Soybean meal also skyrocketed 48.94%, and on the downside, natural gas ended the year down 30.70%. More on the story.

January 7, 2013 More

Economists project $3.50-$3.80 price for corn, $8.50 for soybeans in 2010

In Illinois, Rich Feltes, senior vice president and director of commodity research at MF Global, told attendees at the Reuters Food and Agriculture Summit that he expected December corn futures to trade in the $3.50-$3.80 per bushel range through the spring and summer of 2010, and projected a price of $8.50 per bushel as a […]

March 22, 2010 | 0 Comments More

US Trade Rep gets an earful about biodiesel during Iowa visit

In Iowa, hosting a U.S. Trade Representative on his family farm outside Des Moines, Grant Kimberley, executive director of the Iowa Biodiesel Board, took the opportunity to discuss trade issues relevant to biodiesel. This included the threat imported biodiesel poses to the domestic market and to the success of the federal Renewable Fuel Standard. Ambassador […]

August 13, 2014 More

10 MegaVitaVegeTrends for Mega-Efficient Biofuels 

Are your biotechnologies run down, listless? Do they poop out at pitch meetings? Are they unpopular? The answer to your problems may well be in this list — in the technologies that eliminate the waste that comes from biorefining itself? Making industrial biotech more efficient, transformative and sustainable. So, join the happy peppy people following our 10 […]

July 15, 2014 More

Pass the Mustard: Why carinata is taking root as biofuel

By Don Konantz, President & CEO, Calyx Bio-Ventures, Vancouver, British Columbia  Navigant Research forecasts that the “global biofuels production will reach 61 billion gallons by 2023, replacing nearly 6% of global transportation fuel production from fossil sources and generating $70 billion in new revenue over the next decade.” The demand for an appropriate crop that […]

May 22, 2014 More

Goodbye Fuel from Food, Hello Food From Fuel: Calysta’s Big Methane-to-Protein Play

Alan Shaw has a one-step solution for making the world food secure, and using up all that spare, cheap, greenhouse-nasty shale gas. Make proteins from methane. Solving two big problems at once — and Alan & Co, ahem, just happen to have the technology in hand. The Digest investigates. When we last left Alan Shaw, […]

May 20, 2014 More