Highest Yield, Lowest Cost: The Digest’s 2019 Multi-Slide Guide to 2nd Gen Mixotrophy for Biochemicals : Biofuels Digest


Shawn Jones from White Dog Labs shared this as part of the of U.S. Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies Office presentations on second-generation mixotrophy for the highest yield and least expensive biochemical production. Check out The Digest’s slides on how this project is working on developing and demonstrating a fermentation process to produce acetone from a cellulosic feedstock at a mass yield at least 130% the previous theoretical maximum, how this platform technology can be adapted to almost any biochemical or biofuel, and more

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