White Dog Labs looks to hedge feedstock fluctuations to boost bio-ethanol, isopropanol, and acetone

We recently spoke with CEO Bryan Tracy and Chairman Sass Somekh of White Dog Labs (WDL), a startup in the industrial biochemical space. Bryan’s PhD thesis was spun out of University of Delaware as Elcriton, which was the technological seed for WDL. Sass is a former semiconductor executive who, to...

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