Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia received around 30 biojet offers

In New Zealand, following Air New Zealand’s call to arms for partners to produce aviation biofuels along with Virgin Australia, about 30 companies have...

Aemetis improves its finances with bridge-for-EB5 debt swap

In California, Aemetis is reducing interest costs by 80% by using a $36M EB-5 Phase I funding and $50-million EB-5 Phase II funding —...

Enerkem aims for Rottterdam with latest waste-to-methanol plant 

In the Netherlands, a partnership comprised of AkzoNobel, Van Gansewinkel, Air Liquide, AVR and Enerkem is looking to build its waste-to-chemicals plant in Rotterdam...

Construction to begin for biocoal commercial facilities around the world

In the Netherlands, a partnership of international companies will start construction of facilities at several locations around the world, where biocoal will be produced...

From Smelly Nail Polish Remover to Biofuels: White Dog Labs Looking to Expand

Delaware-based biotech company White Dog Labs, who you may remember for their innovative technology that boosts fermentation yields by around 50 percent and decreases...

RUCO app tracks UCO collection in India

In India, the Biodiesel Association of India is launching a used cooking oil aggregation system to repurpose the oil into biodiesel. The Food Safety...

House runs on Dunkin’ – tiny home powered by Dunkin’ coffee grounds

In New York, Ohio-based Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee at Home introduced a biofuel-powered home in New York City’s Madison Square Park that is literally running...

French farmers block refineries and fuel depots with tractors

In France, the country’s largest farmers’ union, FNSEA, asked that fellow farmers and protestors continue their blockade of refineries and fuel depots after talks...

France limits use of palm oil in Total’s new biorefinery

In France, the Environment Ministry is allowing a limited use of palm oil at Total’s new La Mede biofuel refinery, making many French farmers...

US Navy picks Creare for Waste-to-Energy Project

In New Hampshire, Creare LLC was awarded the Option Phase for its Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II grant from the US Navy....

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Dutch research envisions homes made from fungus

In The Netherlands, researchers at Utrecht University have submitted a paper detailing the potential for homes to be made out of fungus. The group evaluates...

Living, programmable robots raise ethics concerns

In Boston, researchers have created living, programmable organisms that could one day have widespread applications, including cleaning microplastics from the oceans. Dubbed xenobots by their...

Itaconix and Nouryon terminate chelates deal

In the United Kingdom, Itaconix and chemical giant Nouryon have mutually agreed to terminate an agreement in which Nouryon exclusively distributes Itaconix’s biobased chelating...