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Europe Mulls Turning Its Excess Wine into Bioethanol

Europe is contemplating turning its excess wine produce into bioethanol. The European Commission is putting final touches to the plan. Commission officials have, however, made it clear that this will be the last time the EU will subsidize such a move. Michael Mann, commiss...

HOWARU(R) Protect Clinically Shown to Reduce the Incidence and Severity of Cold and Flu Symptoms in Children

...ducts. Danisco's ingredients are used globally in a wide range of industries - from bakery, dairy and beverages to animal feed, laundry detergents and bioethanol - to enable functional, economic and sustainable solutions. Danisco operates from sales, production and innovation sites in more than 40 countries. Fi...

YoCream Announces the First Soft Serve Frozen Yogurt With Beneficial Probiotics Clinically Proven to Strengthen the Digestive System.

...ucts. Danisco's ingredients are used globally in a wide range of industries -- from bakery, dairy and beverages to animal feed, laundry detergents and bioethanol -- offering functional, economic and environmental benefits. Danisco's sales and production sites and innovation centres operate in more than 40 count...

Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals and Danisco BioActives Announce Partnership Agreement to Develop Drug Candidate for Prevention of Necrotizing Enterocolitis

...ucts. Danisco's ingredients are used globally in a wide range of industries - from bakery, dairy and beverages to animal feed, laundry detergents and bioethanol - offering functional, economic and environmental benefits. Headquartered in Denmark and operating from more than 80 locations, Danisco's key focus is...

Desert plant may hold key to surviving food shortage

...ch comes at a time when farmland across the globe normally used for growing food such as rice and wheat is being taken over by bio-fuel crops used for bioethanol production as a petrol substitute. Scientists believe that the novel genes found in Kalanchoe could provide a model of how bio-fuel plants could be g...

Beyond nutrition -- plants deliver

...our of the scope of articles is given below. Smith reports on how increases in yield of starch and sugars could lead to a sustainable production of bioethanol as a liquid transport fuel. The major scientific and technical research challenges of utilizing the abundance of plant cell walls as a renewable re...

Verenium Reports Financial Results for the Third Quarter and Nine Months Ended September 30, 2007

...dition, the Company's process technology has been licensed by Tokyo-based Marubeni Corp. and Tsukishima Kikai Co., Ltd. and has been incorporated into bioethanol Japan's 1.4 million liter-per-year cellulosic ethanol plant in Osaka, Japan -- the world's first commercial-scale plant to produce cellulosic ethanol ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly Presspac -- Sept. 5, 2007

... Oct. 5 issue of ACS Biotechnology Progress, a bi-monthly journal. While bioethanol (ethanol produced from corn and other plants) is a promising alternative to...gues showed that yeast-based fermentation of sugar cane the main source of bioethanol in Brazil in the presence of extremely low frequency magnetic waves booste...
Bioethanol in Biological News

Bioethanol's impact on water supply 3 times higher than once thought

...ists in Minnesota are reporting that production of bioethanol often regarded as the clean-burning energy source... and colleagues point out in the study that annual bioethanol production in the U.S. is currently about 9 billio...ious studies estimated that a gallon of corn-based bioethanol requires the use of 263 to 784 gallons of water fr...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- April 22, 2009

...k involves difficulty in scaling-up production from the small quantities of bioethanol that can be produced in the lab to the millions of gallons needed for comme...bioethanol. Nevertheless, DOE managers express confidence that the emerging bioethanol industry can surmount these problems. ARTICLE #5 EMBARGOED FOR 9 A.M., E...

Using combinatorial libraries to engineer genetic circuits advances synthetic biology

...tation -- a process that can be applied to biotechnology and some popular brewed beverages. "The phenotype is crucial in industrial beer, wine and bioethanol fermentation, as it allows for easy removal of yeast sediments after all the sugars have been converted to ethanol," the paper noted. The research...

American Chemical Society Weekly PressPac -- April 8, 2009

...ists in Minnesota are reporting that production of bioethanol often regarded as the clean-burning energy source... colleagues point out in the new study that annual bioethanol production in the U.S. is currently about 9 billio...ious studies estimated that a gallon of corn-based bioethanol requires the use of 263 to 784 gallons of water fr...

Commercial yeasts upgraded with an enzyme for biofuel production

...tion for their process. In industrial fermentation processes, the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is commonly used for ethanol production. Current bioethanol production technologies can use only parts of the plants, namely the storage sugars, like glucose, sucrose or starch. However, this technology is in c...

Transportation fuels of the future: Nottingham leads the way

...unusable parts of plants such as the skin and stalks to produce ethanol. They will be collaborating with University of Bath, University of Surrey, BP, bioethanol Ltd, Briggs of Burton, British Sugar, Coors Brewers, DSM, Ethanol Technology, HGCA, Pursuit Dynamics, SABMiller and Scottish Whisky Research Institute...

Global deal fuels QUT's world-changing research

...ial scale, sugarcane that can yield cost-effective bioethanol from cellulose. "This collaboration brings toge...he potential to substantially decrease the cost of bioethanol production and significantly reduce greenhouse gas...ntellectual property position in the production of bioethanol from cellulose, using self-processing plants," Pro...
Bioethanol in Biological Technology

Politicians to Drive on Straw-Based Bioethanol at the Climate Change Conference

COPENHAGEN, July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- When world political leaders are being transported all over Copenhagen during the United Nations Climate Change Conference in December 2009, environmentally friendly fuel will power their vehicles. Members of the Partnership for Biofuels, a co-operation bet...

EnWave Announces Collaboration and Initial Testing Results with Danisco AS

...ducts. Danisco's ingredients are used globally in a wide range of industries - from bakery, dairy and beverages to animal feed, laundry detergents and bioethanol - offering functional, economic and environmental benefits. Headquartered in Denmark and operating from more than 80 locations, Danisco's key focus is...

CBDM.T, the Market and Business Intelligence Company Reviews the Biofuel Market

...l growth. The market consists of approximately 85% bioethanol and 15% biodiesel. bioethanol is produced and consumed mainly in Brazil and Nort...n mostly from sugarcane) account for 91% of global bioethanol production, up from 89% in 2006. More recently, As...

CBDM.T, the Market and Business Intelligence Company Reviews the Biofuel Market

...l growth. The market consists of approximately 85% bioethanol and 15% biodiesel. bioethanol is produced and consumed mainly in Brazil and Nort...n mostly from sugarcane) account for 91% of global bioethanol production, up from 89% in 2006. More recently, As...

Powered by olive stones? Turning waste stones into fuel

...iotechnology . "The low cost of transporting and transforming olives stones make them attractive for biofuels," says researcher Sebastin Snchez. bioethanol is increasingly used in cars, but its production from food crops such as corn is controversial because it uses valuable land resources and threatens f...

Digesting the termite digestome -- a way to make biofuels?

... If the biofuel known as bioethanol is to make a major contribution to our fuel suppli...ys Scharf. "These enzymes are of the most value to bioethanol production." Current bioethanol production processes tend to use edible plant mate...

Verenium Appoints John F. Dee to Board of Directors

...dition, the Company's process technology has been licensed by Tokyo-based Marubeni Corp. and Tsukishima Kikai Co., Ltd. and has been incorporated into bioethanol Japan's 1.4 million liter-per-year cellulosic ethanol plant in Osaka, Japan -- the world's first commercial-scale plant to produce cellulosic ethanol ...

Verenium Reports Financial Results for the First Quarter 2008

...dition, the Company's process technology has been licensed by Tokyo-based Marubeni Corp. and Tsukishima Kikai Co., Ltd. and has been incorporated into bioethanol Japan's 1.4 million liter-per-year cellulosic ethanol plant in Osaka, Japan -- the world's first commercial-scale plant to produce cellulosic ethanol ...

JIC Invests in Three New Alternative Energy Projects

...n generating novel products tailored for industrial, agricultural, pharmaceutical and environmental application. The company has conducted research on bioethanol since 2001. Currently, there is a limit as to how much ethanol can be produced from sources such as corn and sugar. Given demand for these feedstock...

Verenium Corporation to Present at Piper Jaffray Clean Technology & Renewables Conference

...ddition, the Company's process technology has been licensed by Tokyo-based Marubeni Corp. and Tsukishima Kikai Co., LTD and has been incorporated into bioethanol Japan's 1.4 million liter-per-year cellulosic ethanol plant in Osaka, Japan -- the world's first commercial-scale plant to produce cellulosic ethanol ...
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