2009

March 3rd, 2009
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Green Tech Media: Zeachem has combined beer brewing experts and engineers from the petroleum industry to come up with what could be a very cheap form of ethanol.
March 2nd, 2009
CNET: One of the great innovators in Formula 1, Gordon Murray, just announced manufacturing licenses for T.25 City Car and the iStream manufacturing process.
February 27th, 2009
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Autocar: Gordon Murray’s ‘new age’ T25 city car project, the rule-changing drive towards super-efficient transport that has been the former F1 designer’s obsession for 15 years, has been officially offered to franchisees for the first time this week.
February 27th, 2009
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Autoweek: Gordon Murray Design--whose namesake designed the McLaren F1 and Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren--said Friday it’s launching the sale of licenses for its diminutive T.25 City Car.
February 27th, 2009
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Xconomy: If anyone can ever build a real lightsaber like the ones from “Star Wars,” it will be Scott Keeney.
February 25th, 2009
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Green Tech Media: Genetic engineering startup Genomatica says it's devised a way to get microbes to make methyl ethyl ketone, a solvent with a $2 billion market – and the company says it can use shuttered ethanol plants to make the stuff.
February 25th, 2009
Cleantech Group: California licensor of technology thinks solvent MEK could get to market in 2010, reviving now-closed ethanol plants and serving significant markets in China.
February 23rd, 2009
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Earth2Tech: With many of the next-generation ethanol makers being forced to drag their heels on plant construction during the downturn, it’s becoming rare to hear about progress on cellulosic ethanol plants.
February 20th, 2009
MediaPost: Revenue Science has been remanded AudienceScience in an effort to better describe the company's focus in behavioral targeting, according to President and CEO Jeff Hirsch.
February 18th, 2009
UC Berkeley College of Chemistry: Rachel A. Segalman, the Charles Wilke Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, and Richmond Sarpong, assistant professor of chemistry, have been selected as Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellows.