6 Hottie Trends to Watch In Bioeconomy Feedstocks

Fair to say that, hands-down, the most interesting bioconversion engines ever assembled were crowd-sourced, if you will, via evolution — and they reside inside...

On value, and values: Fairness, the disadvantaged, and California’s renewables policy

Back in the 1940s when my father and his folks lived on Garcia Avenue in San Francisco, in a part of town the upwardly...

Enviral licenses Clariant’s sunliquid technology for commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol project in Slovakia

In Slovakia, Enviral has acquired a license to use Clariant’s sunliquid technology as part of its goal to realize a full scale commercial cellulosic...

The Race for Bionylon heats up: Rennovia enters piloting stage of its key bio-based...

  In California, Rennovia has now successfully commissioned, and is operating, all core pilot plant operations for its sugars to 1,6-hexanediol (1,6-HDO) process. When we say...

Natural Rubber: Viable Industrial BioEconomy Crop, It’s Going to Be Big

By Katrina Cornish FAAAS Endowed Chair and Ohio Research Scholar, Bioemergent Materials, The Ohio State University; CEO, EnergyEne Inc., Member, Lee Enterprises Consulting Corinne Young,...

Unstash that Trash: Material(s) progress in making fuels, chemicals from Municipal solid waste

News this week arrived from Canada that Enerkem has received the lowest carbon intensity value ever issued by the British Columbia Ministry of Energy...

Engineered skin: brilliant start up Upside Biotechnologies offers new hope for burn victims

In New Zealand, Upside Biotechnologies and its advanced skin replacement treatment for patients suffering major burns passed a major milestone this week, raising $2.3M...

Earnings season: An advanced bioecononomy’s health and wellness check-up

In today’s Digest, let’s look at trends driving the industry’s results at scale — and while money is not the measure of all progress,...

DC’s climate change: renewables adapting to shifting political weather

There's climate change in Washington; it's the only kind that no one denies, and it's impacting the US renewables community as the policy shifts initiated by the Trump...

Reverse Combustion and its prospects

Because burning fuels in an internal combustion engine produces CO2 and water as its byproducts, the idea of reverse combustion has been hanging around...

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