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Glycos Biotechnologies, Inc. Selected to Present at Alternative Energy Innovations 2009
Date:11/13/2009

Executive Chairman to Discuss Alternative Approach to Biofuel and Chemical Production

(PRWEB) November 13, 2009 -- Glycos Biotechnologies, Inc. (GlycosBio), a metabolic engineering innovator in biologically converting non-sugar feedstocks into next generation bioproducts, today announced Rich Cilento, Executive Chairman, will be a presenter at Alternative Energy Innovations 2009 on November 17th in Redwood City, CA.

With a mission to find a better way to create biofuels and chemicals, GlycosBio has uniquely discovered a number of microorganisms that can biologically convert by-products including glycerol and free fatty acids into higher-value green chemicals. By not following the typical sugars-based fermentation research, GlycosBio has created a proprietary technology that provides the industry with an alternative approach to traditional corn or sugar-based biofuel and chemical production.

In his presentation, Cilento will discuss the industry’s need to integrate microbe and fermentation technologies into their manufacturing plans. He will provide an overview of GlycosBio’s technology and how biofuel, oleochemical, palm oil and petrochemical producers can protect themselves from the commodity risk that a single feedstock business model brings; rapidly implement a biorefinery based on their existing plant and equipment; create greater yields and increase product values.

What:    “GlycosBio Business and Technology Overview”

Who:   Rich Cilento, Executive Chairman, GlycosBio

Where:   Alternative Energy Innovations: Sofitel San Francisco Bay, Redwood City, CA

When:   Biofuels Track: T
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