Biobased and Renewable Products News: Research

January 22, 2016
Weekly Roundup of Other Biobased News
■ Anellotech, "Anellotech and Suntory Enter Next Phase of Strategic Partnership to Develop 100 Percent Bio-Based Plastics for Sustainable Beverage Bottles" ■ LanzaTech, "LanzaTech and Global Bioenergies Announce New Collaboration Agreement" ■ INVISTA, "INVISTA Receives Patent For Bio-Derived Raw Materials Technology Developed Through Collaboration With Arzeda" ■ Thanhnien News, "Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh Ordered to Switch Completely to Biofuel" ■, "Study Seeks Nature's Best ... read more >
January 15, 2016
Weekly Roundup of Other Biobased News
Indiana University Bloomington Newsroom, “IU Scientists Create 'Nano-Reactor' for the Production of Hydrogen Biofuel” Fashion Times, “Charmant USA Launches New Bio-Based Sustainable Eyewear Brand” RICE University News & Media, “Study:  Bacteria Attack Lignin with Enzymatic Tag Team” Plastics Today, “3D-Printed Bioplastic Façade Elements Lend Cachet To Europe Building” Blue Sphere, “Blue Sphere Secures $3M to Acquire Italian Biogas ... read more >
January 8, 2016
Weekly Roundup of Other Biobased News
■ USDA, "USDA Shares 2015 Results: Building A Stronger Rural America Through Partnership, Progress And Promise" ■ Plastics Today, "Made Of Bioplastic: The Best Of 2015" ■ Environmental Leader, "Can Bio-Based Chemicals Improve Products' Performance and Sustainability?" ■ CORDIS, "Cost-Effective New Process Gets Chitin Out Of Its Shell" ■ Journal of the American Chemical Society, "Key Roles Of Lewis Acid–Base Pairs On Znxzryoz In Direct Ethanol/Acetone To ... read more >
December 22, 2015
Weekly Roundup of Other Biobased News
■ DuPont, "DuPont Leaders Tout Biopolymers And Technology For Improved Sustainability" ■ Avantium, "Avantium Reserves Capacity In Its First FDCA Production Plant For Mitsui" ■ Renewable Energy Magazine, "Biofuels Make Significant Contribution To GHG Emissions Savings" ■ Boyce Thompson Institute For Plant Research, "Harrison Receives Grant For Phosphate Biosensor Research" ■ UMass Amherst News Archive, "UMass Amherst Chemist Receives NSF Grant To Enhance 'Grass To Gas' ... read more >
December 11, 2015
Weekly Roundup of Other Biobased News
■ Forbes, "Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg & More than 20 other Billionaires Launch Coalition to Invest in Clean Energy" ■ BioAmber, "BioAmber Commits to Action on Climate Change" ■ Green Biologics, "Green Biologics Starts Construction in Little Falls, MN" ■ University of Lincoln, "New Research Targets Efficient Renewable Chemical Production" ■ Greener Packaging, "From Potato Starch to Grape Skins: Veuve Clicquot's Eco-Friendly ... read more >
December 4, 2015
Weekly Roundup of Other Biobased News
■ Biofuels Digest, "Innovation to Tackle Climate Change and Feed a Growing Population: Commercializing Synthetic Biology" ■, "BETO-Funded Projects Win at the 2015 R&D 100 Awards" ■ Oregon Best, "A New Formaldehyde-Free Wood Adhesive" ■ Net Composites, "Laurel Biocomposite Earns USDA Certified Biobased Label for Three Products" ■ Business Wire, "World's First Biofuel Facility to Operate Entirely on Renewable Heat and Power to Go ... read more >
December 1, 2015
December 31st Deadline: 2016 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award Nominations
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has called for nominations for the 2016 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards (PGCCA), and companies engaging in green chemistry innovations will want to act quickly as the deadline for nominations is December 31, 2015. Winning, or even just being nominated for a PGCCA, confers concrete benefits, including increased brand awareness, public relations opportunity, and validation of your product or process by green chemistry stakeholders. To be eligible for an award, a technology must: Be a green chemistry technology with a significant ... read more >
November 20, 2015
Phase I Of The Nutrient Recycling Challenge Competition Announced
On November 12, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other environmental and scientific experts to create the Nutrient Recycling Challenge (NRC). The competition was created to develop technology to recycle nitrogen and phosphorus from the more than one billion tons of livestock waste that is produced annually. The NRC is made up of four phases, allowing innovators to turn concepts into designs, and designs into working pilot projects used by participating farms. Phase I includes a $20,000 cash prize ... read more >
November 20, 2015
Weekly Roundup of Other Biobased News
■ U.S. Energy Information Administration, "New Biofuels Eliminate Need For Blending With Petroleum Fuels" ■ Innovia Films, "Bio Based Packaging Laminate Developed Using Matt NatureFlex™ Film" ■ Joule, "Joule And Red Rock Biofuels Announce Intent To Merge, Creating An Industry-Leading Carbon-Neutral Fuel Production Platform" ■ DuPont, "DuPont and Entomol Products LLC Sign License Agreement for Bio-Based Insect Repellent" ■ Neste, "Neste And Boeing To Lead The Industry On ... read more >
November 13, 2015
Weekly Roundup of Other Biobased News
■ Solegear, "Solegear And r-pac International Team Up To Produce Leading Smartphone Case Packaging" ■ Gevo, "Gevo And Valvtect To Collaborate In Bringing Renewable Isobutanol Fuel Blends To Marinas" ■ Fibre2Fashion, "Brugnoli Unveils Br4 Fabrics Using Evo Fibre From Fulgar" ■ AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds, "Minimising Nitrous Oxide Intensities Of Arable Crop Products (MIN-NO)" ■ Green Chemistry, "Towards Multi-Purpose Biorefinery Platforms For The Valorisation Of Red Grape Pomace: ... read more >
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