LanzaTech, Beta Renewables, Genomatica, Segetis, and Solazyme deliver interim updates in San Francisco

Last week, we caught up with several companies deliver interim updates at a bio-based chemicals conference in San Francisco:

Lanzatech revealed that solubility of gases like CO is limiting, so reactors at scale-up have been redesigned to maximize solubility of gases for microbial consumption. Thos...

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