Tag: St. Louis

DuPont and Monsanto agree to settlement, dismiss litigation

DuPont and Monsanto agree to settlement, dismiss litigation

December 29, 2014 |

In Missouri, DuPont and Monsanto have announced that they have agreed on a settlement regarding their patent infringement lawsuits pending in the U.S. District Court in St. Louis, and that they will be dismissing the suits. Upon dismissal, the two companies will have no litigation against each other. The terms of the settlement are not […]

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University of Missouri receives $2m research grant from Enterprise

University of Missouri receives $2m research grant from Enterprise

April 29, 2013 |

In Missouri, the car-rental company Enterprise has announced a $2m gift to the University of Missouri for the research of biofuels, biomass and energy efficiency. Missouri Chancellor Brady Deaton said the money will be used to create an endowment “to support the work of our sustainable energy initiative,” a core component of the Mizzou Advantage […]

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ATS now using biobased de-icer at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

ATS now using biobased de-icer at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

March 6, 2013 |

In Missouri, Airport Terminal Services is now using Killfrost DFSustain to de-ice airplanes. ATS is responsible for de-icing about 30% of all commercial traffic at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, and started using DFSustain in February, and according to an article in IRPORTSINTERNATIONAL.COM, this makes Lambert the first U.S. airport to use the bio-propanediol de-icer. More […]

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Backyard Biofuels, Algaepalooza kick off

Backyard Biofuels, Algaepalooza kick off

[ 0 ] April 28, 2011 |

In Missouri, residents throughout the St. Louis region are being encouraged to participate in Backyard Biofuels, a quest to find the ideal algal species that will produce the best biofuels.  Algae collecting season is being kicked off this year at Algaepalooza on Saturday, May 7 from 10am to 4pm in the Life Science Lab at […]

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