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New Catalysts, Improved Genetic Tools Bring New Opportunities: The Digest’s 2019 Multi-Slide Guide to ORNL’s Biomass to Bioproducts

Biofuels Digest - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 6:50pm

Organisms are interesting creatures and genetic tools and biochemical pathway knowledge is changing the way we look at them.

Brian Davison, Chief Scientist for Biotechnology at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, gave this knowledge-filled presentation on how to leverage organisms for biofuels and bioproducts, consolidated bioprocessing, barriers and solutions to enabling transformation, improved tools for gene identification for sustainable feedstocks, catalytic upgrading, accelerated feedstocks, and more at ABLC 2019 in Washington, D.C.

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From Lignin to Value: The Digest’s 2019 Multi-Slide Guide to MetGen’s Enzymes

Biofuels Digest - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 6:46pm

MetGen are pioneers in industrial enzymes for lignocellulosic biomass and are trying to empower industries to get the most out of biomass with their enzymatic technologies.

Alex Michine, CEO of MetGen gave this enlightening overview of MetGen’s ‘how’, the Sweetwoods project and its integrated biorefinery flagship, enzymatic lignin valorization with MetZyme Pureco, enzymatic lignin fractioning, and more at ABLC 2019 in Washington, D.C.

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Japanese biotech group launches largest tropical microalga facility in Malaysia

Biofuels Digest - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 6:21pm

In Japan, Chitose Group, a family of biotechnology companies, designed and supervised the largest microalga cultivation facility which is suitable to the tropical climate and established in the project jointly organized by Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC) and Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) in Sarawak, Malaysia.
The operation of the facility will be demonstrated on a ceremony arranged by SBC and MC on August 27th, 2019.

In October 2012, SBC, a state research institute of Sarawak, Malaysia, and MC started a joint project aiming for collecting and utilizing local microalgal strains. As a technical adviser for MC, Chitose Group joined the project in 2013 in order to manage and support the project through providing technical consultation and supervision to local SBC researchers both on and off site.

The facility Chitose Group designed and supervised is, unlike traditional pond/raceway types, a three-dimensional cultivation facility that is optimized for efficient cultivation of microalgae under tropical environment and is applicable to future scaling; the structure not only allows for the maximum utilization of sunlight, but for also scaling up using economical and locally procurable building materials. The construction was completed in November 2018. Since then, commissioning of the facility and the preliminary demonstration of the continuous cultivation were performed, and the technical feasibility for the commercialization of this technology was confirmed. In addition, microalgal biomass cultivated and harvested from this facility has been successfully applied to the local commercial production of shrimp as feed and water conditioner.

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POET idles production at Cloverdale, IN plant on back of EPA’s hardship waiver decisions

Biofuels Digest - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 6:20pm

In Indiana, POET announced it will idle production at its bioprocessing facility in Cloverdale, IN due to recent decisions by the Administration regarding SREs. The process to idle the plant will take several weeks, after which the plant will cease processing of over 30 million bushels of corn annually and hundreds of local jobs will be impacted.

POET has reduced production at half of its biorefineries, with the largest drops taking place in Iowa and Ohio. As a result, numerous jobs will be consolidated across POET’s 28 biorefineries and corn processing will drop by an additional 100 million bushels across Iowa, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota, South Dakota, and Missouri.

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UK farmers group calling on government to introduce E10 by 2020

Biofuels Digest - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 6:19pm

In UK, the NFU has written to Government ministers calling for E10 – a type of petrol which contains 10% renewable bioethanol – to be introduced by 2020 to help the UK reach its net zero targets.

Currently commonplace on UK forecourts is E5 which only contains 5% renewable bioethanol.

The NFU has sent letters outlining the economic and environmental benefits of a thriving British biofuel industry to all ministers involved in making policy decisions on renewable fuel. These ministers included Theresa Villiers, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Andrea Leadsom, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Grant Shapps, Secretary of State for Transport.

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Lufthansa launches app to support SAF through carbon offsets by passengers

Biofuels Digest - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 6:18pm

In Germany, CO2neutral, synthetic fuel is one of the most promising alternatives for making the future of aviation climate-neutral. Industry and nationwide deployment has failed so far due to limited quantity and high cost. With the launch of “Compensaid” (www.compensaid.de), the new sustainability platform, the Lufthansa Innovation Hub and the Lufthansa Group are now making it possible for travelers to offset their individual carbon footprint using so-called Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF). This represents passengers an entirely new approach to offsetting CO2with SAF in a transparent way.

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Nebraska Ethanol Bold to hold training to help fuel retailers take up E15

Biofuels Digest - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 6:18pm

In Nebraska, the biggest hurdle that often stops fuel retailers from adding higher ethanol blends is cost, the administrator for the Nebraska Ethanol Board (NEB) said that might not actually be a hurdle at all. To help dispel these myths and to educate fuel retailers on the benefits and ease of offering E15, NEB will host a free workshop for fuel retailers Aug. 28 in Kearney, Nebraska. Attendees will hear best practices from fuel retailers who’ve seen success selling E15, a keynote from the American Coalition of Ethanol, and will learn about resources to make implementing and labeling infrastructure easy and affordable.

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Thai government to support up to 300,000 farmers with palm oil price floor program

Biofuels Digest - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 6:17pm

In Thailand, the Vietnam News Agency reports that the Thai government decided at a National Oil Palm Policy Committee of Thailand meeting earlier this week to approve a minimum oil price for oil palm farmers of 13 cents per liter for a maximum of four hectares of production. About 300,000 farmers are expected to benefit from the program once it is approved by the cabinet, which could happen in about two weeks. At the same meeting was discussed the impact on higher palm oil prices on the implementation of the B10 policy through the end of the year.

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University of Leeds researchers lead study using ‘superbugs’ resistance to build biopolymers of the future

Biofuels Digest - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 6:16pm

In the UK, the molecular machinery used by ‘superbugs’ to resist chemicals designed to kill them could also help produce precursors for a new generation of nylon and other polymers, according to new research.

Scientists from the University of Leeds have collaborated with Australian researchers to identify ancient protein pumps that make infectious bacteria tough to treat, but which could be key to developing new environmentally-friendly polymers.

Bacteria, called ‘superbugs’, that are unaffected by antiseptics and antibiotics are a growing problem, but exactly how they develop resistance is often not fully understood.

Previous research by the University of Leeds and Macquarie University, Australia, revealed how a bacterium called Acinetobacter baumannii resisted chlorhexidine, a powerful hospital-grade antiseptic listed by the World Health Organisation as an “essential medicine”.

A. baumannii’s secret weapon, they found, is a protein called AceI, which sits on its surface and pumps out any chlorhexidine that gets inside. That was a surprise to researchers, because the protein has existed for millions of years longer than the antiseptic.

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President Trump on the backfoot following farm country backlash to EPA’s waiver decisions

Biofuels Digest - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 6:15pm

In Washington, Reuters reports that President Trump held a two-hour meeting with cabinet members on Monday that included representatives from the Department of Energy, USDA and Environmental Protection Agency in an effort to stem the blowback from angry farmers and their legislators following the approval of 31 hardship waivers by the EPA last week. The two sources who confirmed the meeting to Reuters said it wasn’t clear what measures Trump would take to try to ease the tensions over the further demand destruction for biofuels resulting from the hardship waivers which has already led to at least three biodiesel plants and a handful of ethanol plants closing as a result. Following news of the meeting, RIN prices jumped to as high as 15 cents for D6 RINs from 10.25 cents on Monday.

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GoodFuels teams with heavy lifter to supply marine biofuels to offshore support sector

Biofuels Digest - Mon, 08/19/2019 - 5:56pm

In the Netherlands, leading global heavy lift shipping and offshore transportation and installation contractor Jumbo, and GoodFuels announced a joint initiative to test marine Bio-Fuel Oil on an offshore decommissioning project.

Starting with an initial project, the partnership paves the way for a fossil fuel to renewables energy transition in the offshore support sector – removing infrastructure for fossil fuel production, while simultaneously accelerating the energy transition during that process.

Following GoodFuels’ completion of two successful deliveries of sustainable ‘drop in’ Bio-Fuel Oil in the shipping sector – in tandem with Danish bulk carrier NORDEN A/S and French container line CMA-CGM – this offshore project, alongside Netherlands-based Jumbo, represents a new, exciting market opportunity for sustainable marine fuel, and GoodFuels’ ground-breaking sustainable Bio-Fuel Oil.

This project will see sustainable ‘drop-in’ Bio-Fuel Oil delivered to Jumbo’s offshore vessel, Fairplayer, ahead of her departure to the North Sea, and will be supplied by GoodFuels’ logistics partner VARO Energy.

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British Airways and Shell to build Velocys aviation biofuel plant in the UK

Biofuels Digest - Mon, 08/19/2019 - 5:55pm

In the UK, following last month’s announcement by Velocys that British Airways and Shell invested nearly £3 million in the company, it should come as no surprise that the Telegraph newspaper is reporting that an application for planning permission to build an aviation biofuel production facility near the Humber in North Lincolnshire has been submitted for approval to local authorities. Half a million metric tons of MSW is expected to be used as feedstock annually at the proposed site.

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Tennessee startup licenses ORNL technology producing hydrogen gas from organic waste

Biofuels Digest - Mon, 08/19/2019 - 5:54pm

In Tennessee, Electro-Active Technologies, Inc., of Knoxville, Tenn., has exclusively licensed two biorefinery technologies invented and patented by the startup’s co-founders while working at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The technologies work as a system that converts organic waste into renewable hydrogen gas for use as a biofuel.

The system combines biology and electrochemistry to degrade organic waste—such as plant biomass or food waste—to produce hydrogen. During the microbial electrolysis process, a diverse microbial community first breaks down organic material.

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Capstone Turbine Corporation sells 400kW microturbine to biogas-to-energy project in France

Biofuels Digest - Mon, 08/19/2019 - 5:53pm

In California, Capstone Turbine Corporation announced that it has secured a 400 kW microturbine sale to power another biogas-to-energy project in France. The order for the lightweight and compact 3-bay C400 Signature Series package was secured by Biogaz Services, Capstone’s distributor for renewable energy in France.

The microturbine package will operate on renewable biogas from the methane generated from agricultural green waste, cow manure, and pig manure. The Capstone C400S will be coupled with an exhaust fired heat exchanger and will utilize the biogas to produce electricity that will be put back on the local French electrical grid while the thermal energy generated from the microturbine exhaust will feed a nearby hospital.

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World Energy shutters ethanol plants in three states following hardship waiver decision

Biofuels Digest - Mon, 08/19/2019 - 5:52pm

In Massachusetts, World Energy, one of the largest and longest-serving low-carbon fuel suppliers in North America, announced that due to the August 9, 2019 decision by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to grant 31 small refinery waivers from the nation’s renewable fuel standard to oil companies, the company will immediately cease production and furlough employees at its Rome, Ga., Natchez, Miss., and Harrisburg, Pa. facilities.

World Energy will maintain essential staffing at these facilities to support maintenance and safety operations to keep the plants in a warm shutdown mode pending improved market conditions.

The closures will impact more than 100 workers across the three locations and will also impact farmers, suppliers, distributors, and other workers in related industries and communities.

Operations will continue as normal at World Energy’s refineries in Hamilton, Ontario, Houston, Texas, and Paramount, Calif. and at its offices in Boston, Mass. and Burlington, Ontario.

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Indian mulling increase in ethanol price for B-molasses and sugar juice feedstocks

Biofuels Digest - Mon, 08/19/2019 - 5:51pm

In India, Cogencis news agency reports that the government is looking to potentially raise the price of ethanol in an effort to further encourage more ethanol production as it seeks ways to draw down its sugar surplus stocks that could top 10 million metric tons by the end of its crop year on September 30. The increase may only be slight, however, since the national cane price paid to farmers will be held steady next season, and the increase will only apply to ethanol produced from B-heavy molasses and sugar juice.

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Michigan State researchers create synthetic nano-sized factory based on bacteria

Biofuels Digest - Mon, 08/19/2019 - 5:50pm

In Michigan, researchers at Michigan State University has created a synthetic nano-sized factory, based on natural ones found in bacteria. This research could someday lead to new medical, industrial or bioenergy applications. Natural nanofactories are found in bacteria all over the planet. Some make nutrients. Others sequester toxic materials that would otherwise make the bacteria sick—or even die.

But all factories share a common exterior, a shell made of protein tiles. Scientists want to design new factories, based on those found in bacteria naturally, for use in biotechnology.

One way to direct useful enzymes to these factories is by physically attaching them to the tail ends of the proteins that make up the factory shells. But there is a catch.

The ends, or termini, of most shell protein tiles face the outside of a factory. So any molecules fused to the protein ends will end up on the outside surface and not the inside. This is a problem if the goal is to keep one or more enzymes inside a factory separated from the rest of the cell.

In the new study, the scientists take the most abundant shell protein, called BMC-H, and turn it ‘inside-out’ through a technique called circular permutation.

They shuffle segments of the the amino acid sequence and glue the original ends together. They then introduce new termini on the inner face of the protein. The result is a new, synthetic shell protein that looks almost identical to its natural counterpart. Except now, both new ends face the inside of the shell.

The new structure is a usable building block to construct factory shells. The scientists have successfully produced factory shells, with the new protein. They are similar in size and appearance to the original shells.

The new structure can incorporate molecules inside the shell. The team tested the concept by fusing a fluorescent cargo protein to the new BMC-H protein. Microscopy and biochemical testing show the cargo on the inside of the shell.

Scientists can control the amount of cargo imported into the new structure.

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Malaysia offers UK route to palm oil trade post-Brexit

Biofuels Digest - Mon, 08/19/2019 - 5:49pm

In Malaysia, Bloomberg reports that the country’s prime minister said in an opinion column that the UK could avoid the European trade war with the country by taking its own route post-Brexit by importing palm oil. Though he said he hopes to avoid a trade war with the EU and continues to “hold out the hand of friendship”, if it can’t be avoided, he said the UK can avoid the mess and continue to improve its trade relationship with Malaysia by importing palm oil.

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ABLC 2020 – From Pioneer to Player, Field to Fork, Plant to Pump, and Trash to Cash

Biofuels Digest - Mon, 08/19/2019 - 5:26pm

In Florida, The Digest announced that the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference (ABLC 2020) will be held March 25-27, 2020 at the Mayflower Marriott Hotel in Washington, DC, and outlined the agenda, themes and announced a first wave of event speakers.

More about ABLC

The event website, agenda and conference details including registration and the 2 for 1 special offer – for all that, start here.

7 Conferences in 1 — and 18 events in all

ABLC will feature 7 distinct conference experiences:

1. The Advanced Biofuels Summit
2. The Renewable Chemicals & Biomaterials Summit
3. The ABLC Advanced Agricculture Summit
4. The Advanced Nutrition Summit
5. The Sustainable Aviation Fuels Summit
6. The Biogas & RNG Summit
7. The Hydrogen Summit

In addition to the 6 conferences, there will be 12 special events, forums and workshops :

  • The Investor & Finance Workshop on capital trends
  • The Bioeconomy Policy Forum on policy trends
  • The Industry Horizons Forum
  • The IMarket Analysis Workshop
  • The ABLC Wolfpack – 4 fuels & chemicals companies to be devoured and dissected in a search for underlying value by the ABLC Due Diligence Wolves
  • The Digital Biology Forum
  • The Federal Perspectives & Programs Forum on new and continuing opportunities for federal incentives, R&D support, partnerships, and consortia.
  • Live announcement of the 50 Hottest Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy (the Hot 50)
  • The annual Hot Party celebrating industry innovation and achievement
  • The Global Leadership Award presentation
  • The Holmberg Award for Lifetime Achievement presentation
  • The annual State of the Industry address and Networking event
The 2 for 1 offer returns. Boost your conference ROI.

Through January 15th we have a special “2 for 1” offer in place — you can save 50% off the super-low Early Bird rate – so, prices start as low as $497 per person if you take the 2 for 1. It’s double savings and is the best way to boost you conference ROI. And, access our special room rates at the Mayflower Marriott to maximize savings and for a seamless stay in Washington, DC.

Announcing the first 9 Session Themes

Algae Products: Making Green by Going Green
Highlighting the diverse products from the global algae industry and support for nnovators in this market.

Innovative Sensing Technologies for Biomass and Feedstock Production and Logistics
New advancements in sensor technologies to evaluate the quality of biomass and feedstocks as well as sensors in farming applications.

Marine and Heavy Duty Biofuel Opportunities
Marine and Heavy duty applications with a focus on drivers (emissions control, sulfur reduction in marine).

Bio Optimized Technologies for Plastics Recycling
Hghlighting selective, scalable technologies for plastics deconstruction and upcycling, and recyclable-by-design plastics.

System Integration and Advancements
Biorefinery systems panel covering biorefinery operations with a focus on robustness and feedstock handling; Process and systems integration; Lessons learned and successes

AI / Machine Learning in Bioenergy
AI / Machine Learning successes across the biobased industry.

Innovations in Biomass Pretreatment
The advantages for new pretreatment strategies such as disc refining, reductive catalytic fractionation (aka lignin first). Showcasing the benefits of their pretreatment approach- whether that is avoiding the need to utilize pressure, producing a non-condensed lignin stream, reducing toxicity of sugars etc.

Performance Advantaged Biofuels and Bioproducts
Exploring opportunities for performance advantaged biofuels and bioproducts, including fuels that improve performance and reduce emissions, and bio-based products that offer performance advantages over their petroleum counterparts.

Lower Carbon Intensity Fuels
Transportation sector fuels from CO2 and other sources of waste carbon with lower life-cycle carbon intensity. (on and off-road, aviation, marine).

The Key Data points

Live Attendance: 500+ delegates, 110+ Speakers, 250+ organizations- primarily high-level, director and above. ABLC 2018 had 539 delegates.
Global audience: 10,000 viewers follow the conference live and on-demand via BioChannell.TV

6 Themes the Industry is Thinking About

The theme for ABLC 2020 is “Network Like Crazy”” and across the two and a half days of the event, we’ll be looking closely at partnerships for project deployment, supply chain developing, securing offtake, finance, people, technology, and choosing locations.

We’ll look in depth at 6 themes.

Deploying at Scale: First commercial projects and technologies ready for deployment at scale.

Gaining Speed: new strategies for increasing speed to market; development in parallel; accessing opportunities in emerging markets and making them work.

Defining the Ask: What carbon policies will accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy; what are the rewards for countries, states and communities that move forward on carbon policy, and what’s the outlook for both current and new policies around the globe.

Attracting Capital: accessing strategic relationships; leveraging existing resources; new products and strategies that extend value for existing projects; what role carbon pricing plays, and how much and where and when.

Early Movement: Designing platforms and breakthrough first products that reduce cash burn and create brand visibility; monetizing through new and existing channels.

Sustainable Feedstock: Identifying real resources, timelines to scale, aggregation that works, sustainability metrics, and residues vs novel energy crops.

5 Industry Segments that Matter

Fuels: In the Advanced Biofuels Summit, ABLC will be focusing on demonstrated cellulosic biofuels, expansion opportunities in biomass-based diesel, progress in aviation fuels; Low Carbon Fuel Standards and their impact, progress in emerging alternatives to gasoline and diesel including DME, butanol and more, upgrade and expansion technologies for first-gen plants and thermochemical technologies that are on the rise.

Chemicals and Biomaterials: In the Renewable Chemicals & Biomaterials Summit, the event will focus on new demand for renewable chemical Intermediates, expansion in biobased plastics & packaging, the rise of fragrances & flavors, strategic interest and intent in organic acids and novel-performance chemicals.

Crops & Feedstocks: In the ABLC Crops & feedstocks Summit ABLC will focus in on yield improvement, sustainable crop protection, novel feedstocks, supply chain development, the rise of protein production for animal and human nutrition, opportunities for vegan technologies, and trends in advanced R&D including two major case studies on industry consortia aimed at developing new feedstock platforms.

Sustainable Aviation Fuels: In the Sustainable Aviation Summit, the event will highlight success stories and emerging technologies for aviation fuels for commercial and military application, including a look at consortia aimed at deployment, and the emerging policy and airline industry puchasing trends.

More about ABLC

The event website, agenda and conference details including registration and the 2 for 1 special offer – for all that, start here.

  • Getting to Scale: proven technologies that have been demonstrated in depth; the must knows and pitfalls from finance to engineering.
  • Gaining Speed: new strategies for increasing speed to market; development in parallel; accessing opportunities in emerging markets and making them work
  • Creating Advantaged Products — using the new toolkits of catalyst development, metabolic design, organism optimization, process simulation, open innovation, customer engagement and advanced fermentation to rapid create and scale new vehicles for bioconversion and new products & materials that feature higher rates, titers, yields and meet not only sustainability goals but bring new functionalities to the market.
  • Forming Capital for Scale: accessing strategic relationships; leveraging existing resources; new products and strategies that extend value for existing projects; what role carbon pricing plays, and how much and where and when.
  • Early Income: Designing platforms and breakthrough first products that reduce cash burn and create brand visibility; monetizing through new and existing channels.
  • Getting the right visibility: Developing a voice and messages that resonate with customers, consumers, policymakers, NGOs, investors, and analysts.
  • Affordable Feedstock: Identifying real resources, timelines to scale, aggregation that works, sustainability metrics, and residues vs novel energy crops.
8 Industry Segments & Subjects that Matter

Clean Fuels & Energy

In the Biogas Forum and the Advanced Biofuels Summit, ABLC will be focusing on demonstrated cellulosic biofuels, expansion opportunities in biomass-based diesel, progress in aviation fuels; Low Carbon Fuel Standards and their impact, progress in emerging alternatives to gasoline and diesel including DME, butanol and more, upgrade and expansion technologies for first-gen plants and thermochemical technologies that are on the rise. Full conference details are here.

Renewable Chemicals and Biomaterials

the Renewable Chemicals & Biomaterials Summit, the event will focus on new demand for renewable chemical Intermediates, expansion in biobased plastics & packaging, the rise of fragrances & flavors, strategic interest and intent in organic acids and novel-performance chemicals. Full conference details are here.

Feedstocks & Supply chain development

In the Advanced Agriculture Summit, and the Advanced Nutrition Summit, the event will look at the development of a sustainable, available, reliable and affordable supply chain of feedstock based on biomass (including waste resources and new energy crops) to meet the conversion and product needs of the growing bioeconomy. Full conference details are here.

The New Nutrition

In the Advanced Nutrition Summit, ABLC will focus in on the rise of protein production for animal and human nutrition, opportunities for vegan technologies, the growing interest in the microbiome and the implications for R&D, and the expanding universe of nutraceuticals. Full conference details are here.

The Digital Biology Toolkit

In the Digital Biology Summit, ABLC will address the development of the new biological and manufacturing tools that support the rise of all these market segments — as well as the companions advances in robotics, genetics, big data and mobility that are ensuring that the nexus of biology and information science continues to power innovation across a wide selection of industries. Full conference details are here.

Agriculture

In The Advanced Agriculture Summit, ABLC Global will look at yield improvement, new crops, international deployment of technology, new sources of income — and the role of robotics, genetics, big data, remote sensing, mobility — and new tools for crop protection through early detection & spot treatment against pests, parasites, competitors and disease. Full conference details are here.</a19 191

Finance

In the Financing & Investing Workshop, ABLC Global will brings together the latest case studies of successful financing, and introduce the players, the models, the geographies, and the steps to success from financing early-stage companies through to commercial-scale deployment. Full conference details are here.

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Feeding the Fishies: The Digest’s 2019 Multi-Slide Guide to Multi-Slide Guide to KnipBio’s Aquaculture Feed

Biofuels Digest - Mon, 08/19/2019 - 11:49am

KnipBio is a biotechnology company developing responsible and sustainable commercial feed solutions for the aquaculture industry. KnipBio’s game-changing single cell protein combines the attributes of protein-packed fishmeal and carotenoids into a single fishmeal replacement — KnipBio Meal (KBM).

Larry Feinberg, PhD, CEO, Co-Founder & Board Member of KnipBio gave this illuminating overview of how their KPM protein compares to fishmeal in growth trials, their manufacturing scale-up progress, and more at ABLC 2019 in Washington, D.C.

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