Tag: Nexant

4 Minutes With…Ron Cascone, Principal, Nexant

4 Minutes With…Ron Cascone, Principal, Nexant

September 21, 2014 |

If you’ve been to ABLC, you’ve likely seen a hugely-popular session where we turn the tables — instead of having CEOs present their companies and technologies, we have technical diligence experts look at companies and technologies with a critical eye — pointing out the question marks and “still to be proven” aspects as well as […]

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Nexant releases new assessment on next gen and cellulosic sugars

Nexant releases new assessment on next gen and cellulosic sugars

May 1, 2013 |

In California, Nexant released of an assessment of next-generation and cellulosic sugar technologies. This new Nexant report—Cellulosic Sugars: Unlocking Biomass’ Potential—examines the different technology choices available. In addressing these issues, the report builds on Nexant’s technical expertise and extensive knowledge in the area of commercial and emerging biotechnology.

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Nexant calls for more EU support for biotechnology development

Nexant calls for more EU support for biotechnology development

April 1, 2013 |

In England, Nexant, as a co-sponsor of the recent Fifth World Bio-Based Chemicals Conference in Rotterdam, led discussions with key bio-based chemical industry participants on topics ranging from pending product launches to achieving commercial-scale production and financing in the current global marketplace. “One of the key aspects emerging from our industry dialogue was that North […]

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Nexant report looks at development of bio-acrylics for diapers to paints

Nexant report looks at development of bio-acrylics for diapers to paints

February 14, 2013 |

In Massachusetts, Nexant has published a new multi-client report, “From Diapers to Paints – Is Bio-Acrylic Acid on the Way?”, to investigate new developing routes to acrylic acid, including technology and economic analyses for acrylic acid produced via renewable sources (including sugar, biomass, and glycerol) versus petrochemical sources (including propylene, propane, and ethylene oxide). Acrylic […]

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