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  • 10 years ago

    Bionavitas is supposed to be making low cost PBRs, isnt it ? Anyone who has tried their pbr ? - more»

  • 10 years ago

    I agree with Shankar. Now the price question has been resolved to a great extent. Let us congratulate Solazyme for delivering ... - more»

  • Krupali says
    10 years ago

    The gold dust twins of advanced biofuels, Jonathan Wolfson and Harrison Dillon at Solazyme have been working nearly a decade on their Solazyme brainchild and ran the gamut on ways to grow algae before settling on their 'grow in the dark' strategy. KRUPALI

  • Krupali says
    10 years ago

    Paul Woods, who has shepherded Algenol Biofuels from a little-known start-up to near household-recognition status within biofuels, landing a signature partnership with Dow and a massive grant from DOE for its unique algae-to-ethanol process. KRUPALI

  • Shankar says
    10 years ago

    More than 40% of all clean-tech venture capital funding worldwide went to firms in California as investments in those companies more than tripled to $2.9 billion in the first half of 2010.

  • Shankar says
    11 years ago

    "The simple question is, can you get enough additional productivity in bioreactors to offset the additional cost of PBRs?"

  • 11 years ago

    Best of luck Parkavi ! - more»

  • 11 years ago

    I came across this radio / BBC site about richard branson and algae.I have always been fascinated by Richard Branson.I am ... - more»

  • Shankar says
    11 years ago

    " Joule expects its first revenue in 2012 when it brings its diesel to market, and expects to have the first production plant fully operational in 2013" Hope this turns out to be true !

  • 11 years ago

    Thanks Duncan. - more»

  • Krupali says
    11 years ago

    Dr. Venter is turning from reading the genetic code to an even more audacious goal: writing it. !!

  • 11 years ago

  • Shankar says
    11 years ago

    Frito-Lay, snacks co of PepsiCo, is adopting compostable crisp packets. Wal-Mart, is expanding its use of bioplastics. Procter & Gamble, a consumer-products giant, recently agreed to use some biochemicals made by Amyris in its products. Industrial biotech is getting going !

  • Shankar says
    11 years ago

    Shell becomes a sugar giant with the $ 12 b Csoan tie up. Solazyme tied up Bunge Limited. Another sugar giant. Should i buy sugar stocks now ?

  • 11 years ago

    A process breakthrough of extracting world-class Agarose a gelatinous substance from Gracilaria dura, a seaweed mostly found on Gujarat coast ... - more»

  • Krupali says
    11 years ago

    "When you get to economics, you have to ask how one values carbon"

  • Krupali says
    11 years ago

    Companies that rely on photosynthesis exclusively to grow algae are being overly optimistic on the amount of land that's required.

  • 11 years ago

    Fish oil capsules have not been popular with al due to their fishy smell and also the fear that the ... - more»

  • 11 years ago

  • 11 years ago

    Green Plains Renewable Energy, Inc. and BioProcess Algae LLC announced plans for Phase II of its Grower Harvester (TM) algae ... - more»