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EPA Announces the 2016 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award Winners!

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Since 1996, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized landmark green chemistry technologies developed by industrial pioneers and leading scientists that turn climate change and other environmental problems into innovative business opportunities. Known as the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge, each year the EPA honors winners whose chemical technologies incorporate the principles of green chemistry into chemical design, manufacture, and use. EPA’s Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention sponsors the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards in partnership with the American Chemical Society Green Read More >

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#BIO2016: Establishing a Biobased Economy Value Chain for Brand Owners

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Imagine establishing a biobased economy value chain for high value renewable chemicals going commercial in a synergistic pathway. On Tuesday, June 07, 2016, panelists described their technologies and roles in creating a biobased economy value chain during the “Establishing a Renewable Chemicals Biobased Economy Value Chain for Brand Owners” Session. Moderated by Brian Baynes, CEO of Joule Unlimited, the panel included Neil Goldsmith, CEO of Evolva, José M. Laplaza, Ph.D., Vice President of Development at Verdezyne, and Christophe Schilling, CEO of Read More >

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BIO Announces Plenary Program for 2015 World Congress on Industrial Biotech

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Today, BIO announced that executives from the biofuels, renewable chemical, and airline industries will discuss technology breakthroughs, business partnerships and sustainability initiatives during plenary programs at BIO’s 12th Annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology. “Industrial biotechnology is revolutionizing the way we live by transitioning us from a petroleum-based economy to a bio-based economy,” said Brent Erickson, executive vice president for BIO’s Industrial & Environmental Section. “The Plenary Program for the 2015 World Congress will look Read More >

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2014 #BIOPacRim Wraps Up to be Another Successful Conference

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The ninth annual Pacific Rim Summit on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy was held December 7 -9, 2014 at the Westin Gaslamp Quarter in San Diego. This conference focused solely on the growth of the industrial biotechnology and bioenergy sectors in North America and the Asia-Pacific region. BIO hosted over 300 attendees at this year’s Summit along with media representation from the Industrial Biotechnology Publication, Life Science Foundation Magazine, Fuels and Lubes and The Daily Transcript. The 2014 Breakout Program featured 5 Read More >

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BIO World Congress Begins with Newsmakers

BIO’s 2011 World Congress got off to a strong start in Toronto, with news announcements from G2 BioChem and others throughout the morning. The big news from BIO was the presentation of the George Washington Carver Award to Royal DSM CEO/Chairman Feike Sijbesma. Sijbesma discussed the evolution of DSM from a coal mining company to a chemical company and now to a global life sciences and materials company. For Sijbesma, this transformation mirrors the current Read More >

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