31 July 2014
The Opportunities in Fuels and Chemicals from Syngas and Methane Fermentation conference took place on 16 July at the Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining, London, UK. This one day event featured a wide variety of speaker presentations followed by an informative Q&A, this helped to attract 63 attendees. Also included in this event was a poster presentation competition with a £250 cash prize, kindly provided by SCI's Science and Enterprise Group.
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Available Conference Papers
- SYNPOL - Biopolymers from syngas fermentation, Auxiliadora_Prieto, CIB-CSIC, Spain
- Development of a highly efficient gene delivery system for Syngas fermenting Clostridia, Gabriele Philipps, Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology, Germany
- Clean Bio-syngas Production for Fermentation, Jim Abbott, Johnson Matthey, UK
- Food and Energy Security through Sustainable Biotechnology, Josh Silverman, Calysta, USA
- Bio Base NWE supports biobased innovations, Lieve Hoflack, Bio Base Europe, Belgium
- Bioreactor Design Issues for Gas-Intensive C1 Fermentations, Mark Worden, Michigan State University, USA
- Clostridial gene technologies for the production of chemicals, Nigel Minton, University of Nottingham, UK
- A BBSRC Network in Industrial Biotechnology & Bioenergy (NIBB), Nigel Minton and David Fell, University of Nottingham, UK
- Syngas from Biomass Gasification, Philip Beaty, Nexterra, Canada
- Syngas Production from MSW and food waste, Richard Taylor, Advanced Plasma Power, UK