Expert Collections containing WHEB Biofuels
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WHEB Biofuels Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was WHEB Biofuels founded?
WHEB Biofuels was founded in 2006.
What is WHEB Biofuels's latest funding round?
WHEB Biofuels's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of WHEB Biofuels?
Investors of WHEB Biofuels include Atmos Holding.
Who are WHEB Biofuels's competitors?
Competitors of WHEB Biofuels include Lynntech, SGB, GeoSynFuels, Bioprocessing Innovative Company, Greenline Industries and 12 more.
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Tethys Research, LLC is a Bangor, ME based company that has received a grant(s) from the Department of Energy's SBIR/STTR program. The abstract(s) for these grant award(s) are provided as well since they provide insights into Tethys Research, LLC's business and areas of expertise. This project will develop processes to use the enzyme in pulp mills and forest biorefineries to produce raw materials for chemicals and biofuels. It also clones the enzyme for cost-effective large-scale production. Microorganisms that make novel enzymes to help separate wood components in an efficient and environmentally friendly manner have been developed. This project isolates one of these enzymes so that an enzyme-assisted pulping process can be designed to economically use forest biomass for chemicals and fuel.