Technology Commercialization Office

Showing 14 result(s) for "Biorefining/Bioproducts"



An inexpensive catalytic conversion of fructose to HMF for the production of chemicals, materials, and fuels using renewable resources.

A high performance and durable reductive catalyst for polymer and metal-air fuel cells

Development of biocatalyst for efficient production of 2,3-butanediol from renewable, cellulosic materials.

Method for generating a new strain of C. celluloveorans, capable of producing n-butanol directly from crystalline cellulose to improve the current environmental and energy crisis.

A thermally driven battery that does not get exhausted or need recharging because the energy is generated without depleting the electrolyte or electrodes.

A genetically engineered bacteria pathway, directed to selectively generate butanol over competing by-products.

This technology is a novel method that enhances the utilization of lignocellulosic biomass and increases yields of fuels and chemicals in the pre-fermentation process.

An electrochemical process on a metal electrode catalyst is used to produce alcohols such as ethanol, ethylene, propanol, acetic acid, ethane, and formic acid from the direct conversion of carbon dioxide.

An Electrostatic Precipitation System for Mitigating Particulate Matter (Particle, Dust, or Bio-aerosol) Emissions from Animal Facilities.

Methane production from municipal and agricultural waste through liquid and solid state anaerobic digestion.