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Biology, Catalysts, Electrocatalysis, Oh My!

BIO World Congress

On Monday, July 20, 2015, BIO held a breakout session titled Biology, Catalysts, Electrocatalysis, Oh My: Status Check on “The Many Ways to Make Bioproducts” as part of the Renewable Chemicals Track. This session was moderated by Jim Lane, Editor & Publisher, Biofuels Digest. Panelists included: Jay Kouba, Trelys Dave Law, Liquid Light Mark Herrema, Newlight Technologies  Timothy Cesarek, Enerkem, Inc  The industrial biotechnology company Trelys is focused on gas as a feedstock for biological Read More >

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Spotlight on Innovation in Renewable Chemical Platforms at 2015 World Congress

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The biobased industry not only ensures a greener future, but also creates a reliable and growing bioeconomy. Just in the year 2013 alone, the renewable chemical and biobased manufacturing industry created 4 million jobs while contributing $369 billion to the U.S. economy; that’s why at this year’s 2015 World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, BIO will be hosting six breakout sessions dedicated to this world-transforming industry. These sessions will feature experts and executives who will showcase Read More >

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Seeing is Believing

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PET and MRI imaging helps companies to make go/no go decisions earlier Attrition or failure of new drug programs is a major source of concern, with failure rates ranging from 75 percent in anti-infectives to 92 percent in CNS according to DiMasi’s 2010 study (Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. 87, 272-277). Molecular imaging – both Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) can help improve these dismal statistics. Given the immense costs involved in the Read More >

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