Amyris, the U.S. industrial bioscience company, has won a three-year multi-million dollar contract from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to further the manufacturing of cellulose-derived farnesene for biofuels. 258 more words
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An interview with John Melo, Ceo of Amyris: "What’s good for the planet should be good for business and we are making this a reality"
“I expect 30% of jet fuel to be renewable by 2030 and we hope to have at least 1/3 of this market share”. John Melo talks to… 1,280 more words
Ginkgo Bioworks and Amyris, Inc. announced a new partnership, which will enable the companies to jointly develop products more efficiently and cost effectively, accelerating time to market. 472 more words
Amyris, the U.S. industrial bioscience company, announced that, on May 29, Cathay Pacific commenced a two-year program of flights from Toulouse to Hong Kong using Amyris renewable jet fuel. 402 more words
Amyris, the industrial bioscience company based in California, and South Korea-based CJ CheilJedang Corporation last Friday announced that the companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to support large-scale manufacturing of Amyris’s farnesene, a fuel sourced from sugar cane, in existing CJ facilities. 250 more words
Global Market Insights Inc. has announced an addition of a new research based report on farnesene market. The market size is estimated to upsurge at a growing CAGR of 27% by 2023 according to the report. 371 more words