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Advancements in technologies to produce algae, yeast, cellulosic and other feedstocks more efficiently and profitably for the production of food, feed, and nutraceuticals

  • Taraka Dale, Los Alamos National Lab,
  • Marilyn Bruno, Aequor, Inc.,
  • Amanda Barry, Los Alamos National Lab

Improvements in production and biorefinery systems of algae, yeast and other biomass are critical to increase the profitability of renewable feedstocks to spur employment, investments, and expansion of the bioeconomy. The panel will review the improvements in biomass production that can be achieved in large tracts of unused land, or in space-efficient bioreactors, offering options for rapidly increasing the production of renewable biofuels that will reduce air and water pollution and help all countries achieve their lower carbon emission targets, and developing other sustainable products, including food, nutraceuticals, etc. The panel of experts also highlight the regulatory and legislative support for innovation to advance technology efficiencies to make new “green” fuels and other products affordable and accessible.

  • Date:Wednesday, July 10
  • Time:2:45 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Location:319
  • Session Type:Breakout Session
  • Presentations Materials Available :Yes
  • BIO Track:Ingredients for a Healthier Tomorrow
Taraka Dale
Los Alamos National Lab
Marilyn Bruno
Aequor, Inc.
Amanda Barry
Los Alamos National Lab