Tag: Phytonix

11 companies advance in Maine’s Born Global Challenge

11 companies advance in Maine’s Born Global Challenge

March 5, 2017 |

At ABLC 2017, Maine’s Born Global Challenge named Core Biofuels, DMC, CRI, D4 Energy Group, Concord Blue, Ark Power Dynamics, NuFuels, Visolis, Phytonix, Renmatix and Sweetwater Energy as the first set of prequalified companies — a second round of companies will be announced after the Statements of Concept and Cooperation have been executed.    

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Phytonix awarded patent for biobutanol tech

Phytonix awarded patent for biobutanol tech

June 16, 2014 |

In North Carolina, Phytonix Corporation has been awarded a US patent for its biobutanol production technology entitled “Designer Organisms for Photobiological Butanol Production from Carbon Dioxide and Water. In addition, Phytonix’s IP portfolio includes  biosafety guarded technology, which uses a number of redundant mechanisms to prevent the proliferation of our organisms outside of a chemicals […]

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“How many sugars would you like in your Biofuel?”

“How many sugars would you like in your Biofuel?”

October 6, 2013 |

Today on Twitter: biomass_grnwash: Bio-mass curious? Subscribe to The Biomass Monitor newsletter: http://t.co/mx7rXsMlDV Tbe_globe How many sugars would you like in your Biofuel? http://t.co/8kXGUrJ8fb NCAgBiotech #AgBioShow >> Learn about Phytonix’s development of biofuels from algae and cyanobacteria http://t.co/0KLqDSeezR

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Phytonix says its solar fuels microorganism may produce 20K gallons per acre of biobutanol

Phytonix says its solar fuels microorganism may produce 20K gallons per acre of biobutanol

[ 0 ] March 14, 2011 |

In North Carolina, Phytonix Corporation purchased the worldwide license to a class of bacteria modified to produce biobutanol and biopentanol as drop-in replacements for gasoline. The company said that its bacteria will act as tiny microrefineries in what Phytonix CEO Bruce Dannenberg described as a direct solar, carbon-based, liquid transportation fuel, that utilizes carbon dioxide, […]

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