Xylogenics is commercializing
a breakthrough technology that
was developed in an Indiana
University School of Medicine
genomics lab. The technology is
a bioengineered yeast that improves
ethanol production by 30 – 50%.
Ethanol is a renewable energy
source that can supplement or
replace gasoline as a proven source
for transportation fuel. Use of ethanol
reduces dependence on foreign oil, and
fossil fuels, decreases greenhouse gas
emissions by 80% or more and enhances
diverse rural economies.
2011 TechPoint Mira Awards Presented by BKD CPAs & Advisors
INDIANAPOLIS (May 9, 2011) — TechPoint, Indiana’s economic development
initiative focused on technology and
entrepreneurship, recognized the state’s
high-tech success stories during its annual Mira
Awards gala presented by BKD CPAs & Advisors and
held at the JW Marriott in downtown Indianapolis
on May 7th.
Xylogenics and Lallemand Ethanol Technology Announce An Exclusive Partnership To Develop And Commercialize New Yeasts For Improved Fuel Ethanol Production
INDIANAPOLIS, IN. and MILWAUKEE, WI. — August 9, 2010 – Xylogenics, Inc., a bioengineering company, and Lallemand Ethanol Technology, a global provider of yeast to the fuel ethanol industry, today announced they have signed an exclusive agreement to develop and commercialize genetically enhanced ethanol producing yeasts for 1st generation fuel ethanol production.
We will market our bioengineered yeast strains
and consulting services through a dedicated
business development group.
Former CEO's Butch Mercer and Mike
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