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Packing peanuts from sunflower stem pith, biobased packaging tape, wheat-based ‘turtle straws’, bioluminescent glow sticks, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of January 9th

Packing peanuts from sunflower stem pith, biobased packaging tape, wheat-based ‘turtle straws’, bioluminescent glow sticks, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of January 9th

January 8, 2020 |

As you clean up the post-holiday mess, you might find those annoying packaging peanuts all over your home or office…but three teens have developed an alternative to packing peanuts made from sunflower stem pith! And while we are talking about packaging, a German-based adhesives maker introduced biobased packaging tape. And with the darkness of winter, […]

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Top Tweets: "Airlines chief slams big oil for ‘peanuts’ spent on biofuels."

Top Tweets: "Airlines chief slams big oil for ‘peanuts’ spent on biofuels."

[ 0 ] September 20, 2010 |

medworldtoday: Airlines chief slams big oil for ‘peanuts’ spent on biofuels. danielchow77: VC in Greentech This Week: Biofuels, Organic Solar and Smart Grid innovatorsblog: RT @sudoyle Flexible routes, biofuels, engine efficiency, varied discussions at the Aviation & Environment Summit 2010 in Geneva eDriveMagazine: @bobbyllew …or next-gen biofuels. As I said, I’m a fan of electric […]

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Cibus launches IPO to further develop its non-GM gene editing technology

Cibus launches IPO to further develop its non-GM gene editing technology

November 21, 2018 |

In California, Cibus Ltd announced it has publicly filed a registration statement on Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission relating to a proposed initial public offering of shares of Cibus common stock. The number of shares to be offered and the price range for the offering have not yet been determined. Cibus […]

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KnipBio, ICM hook up in search of single cell protein, via biofuels

KnipBio, ICM hook up in search of single cell protein, via biofuels

April 26, 2018 |

In Kansas, KnipBio and ICM, entered into a joint development agreement (JDA) and strategic collaboration to create a commercial-scale fermentation process for KnipBio’s premium single cell protein aquafeed,. It’s known as KnipBio Meal. Protein, Baby: The ICM backstory We reported last June that ICM is rolling out a new product category for the US ethanol […]

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Alabama farmers look to carinata as alternative to winter wheat

Alabama farmers look to carinata as alternative to winter wheat

January 8, 2018 |

In Alabama, farmers are giving carinata a go as a winter rotation crop to see if could add value to their operations while also providing Agrisoma supplies during the off-season after its Midwest farmers have already harvested. In the Midwest, carinata is a summer crop but its cold weather tolerance means it could potentially be […]

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Fast Risers: Top 12 Deals of the Season, as advanced bio investment sizzles

Fast Risers: Top 12 Deals of the Season, as advanced bio investment sizzles

September 28, 2017 |

Summer has now given way to fall — and what was supposed to be biotechnology’s sleepiest season turned out to be a monster, and fascinating too. Here are the top 12 companies raising capital and making huge deals and advances this season. #12. Descartes Labs. In August, we reported that Descartes Labs raised $30M in […]

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Vegetable oil production will rise to a new record in 2017/18

Vegetable oil production will rise to a new record in 2017/18

September 24, 2017 |

In Germany, UFOP reports that the USDA expects global vegetable oil production to hit a new record at 195 million tons in 2017/18. Palm and soybean oil are anticipated to increase particularly strongly, but rapeseed oil production is also projected to surge. According to the USDA estimate, 2017/18 world vegetable oil production will probably rise […]

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Altering Distillation Curve of Biodiesel – Olefin Metathesis

Altering Distillation Curve of Biodiesel – Olefin Metathesis

June 28, 2017 |

  Rudolf Diesel in 1892 received a patent for a compression ignition reciprocating engine. However, his original design, which used coal dust as fuel, did not work as planned. To put things in context – thirty-three years prior, in 1859, crude oil was discovered in Pennsylvania. The first product refined from crude was lamp oil […]

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Chickens, Get Ripped! ICM unveils high-end protein as 5th core product for ethanol biz

Chickens, Get Ripped! ICM unveils high-end protein as 5th core product for ethanol biz

June 19, 2017 |

In Minnesota, ICM is rolling out a new product category for the US ethanol industry this week, a companion to ethanol, distillers grains, corn oil, and CO2. And, perhaps, a window into a future of a whole range of specialty products with higher pricing profiles. It’s called UltraMax, which sounds like something you’d pick up […]

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Responding to Trump: the new economies of Pittsburgh…and Paris and Paris and Paris

Responding to Trump: the new economies of Pittsburgh…and Paris and Paris and Paris

June 4, 2017 |

Last November, Donald J. Trump was elected President by the voters of Paris. Paris, PA, that is. It’s a suburb of Pittsburgh, as it happens. Of “I was elected by voters of Pittsburgh, not Paris,” fame.  Where Pittsburgh mayor Bill Peduto joined the mayors of more than 175 cities in a rebel yell that has […]

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