Tag: aquaculture

NovoNutrients gets $300K from DOE program for CO2 to feed technology

NovoNutrients gets $300K from DOE program for CO2 to feed technology

July 11, 2019 |

Today, the U.S. Department of Energy announced $600,000 in federal funding for two projects that fall under the High Performance Computing for Materials (HPC4Mtls) program.  One of the projects caught The Digest’s eye in particular – California-based NovoNutrients‘ fermentation technology which utilizes energy from hydrogen to transform industrial carbon dioxide emissions into premium animal feed ingredients and […]

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What do fish and ethanol have in common? A lot more than you think thanks to Fluid Quip Process Technologies

What do fish and ethanol have in common? A lot more than you think thanks to Fluid Quip Process Technologies

May 27, 2018 |

Feeding the Fish Back in 2015, Fluid Quip Process Technologies made it to #149 on The Digest’s Hot 50 List, showing that it is worthy of attention, but it didn’t quite make it up to the actual top 50 that year. But here’s why we think they might be worth another look for next year’s […]

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Cape Cod sees growth in kelp fishing interest thanks partly to biofuels

Cape Cod sees growth in kelp fishing interest thanks partly to biofuels

May 12, 2018 |

In Massachusetts, Cape Cod is seeing a huge growth in kelp fishing and farming thanks to farmers and fishermen who want to farm it for biofuel or sell it to food markets. There has been an increase in permits and requests for permits for kelp fishing over the last two years. According to WCAI Cape […]

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KnipBio Looks to Partner with Biofuels Leaders for Fish Feed

KnipBio Looks to Partner with Biofuels Leaders for Fish Feed

July 15, 2017 |

In Massachusetts, biotech company KnipBio completed the last phase in producing its new aquaculture feed, KnipBio Feed and is now looking to partner with biofuel industry leaders to get to commercial scale fermentation. As reported in Biofuels Digest before, KnipBio developed a series of naturally occurring microbes that convert low-cost feedstock into premium, nutritious, single-cell […]

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