The industrial biotechnology community spans industry, national laboratories, academic institutions, and investors in the private equity and venture capital (VC) space. From small startups to established multinationals, companies in this field are pushing boundaries and developing game-changing innovations. These organizations are creating functional replacements and drop-in alternatives to traditional petrochemical inputs and products, as well as improving the sustainability of agriculture and food production. They are commercializing a wide array of product types, from small molecules for biofuels and specialty biobased chemicals, to proteins, new foods, novel textiles, and biopolymers.
The third Commercializing Industrial Biotechnology (CIB) conference took place in Los Angeles, CA, on May 2019. The conference highlighted and emphasized the maturation of a new wave of products, bioprocess technologies, global markets, production capacity, and organizations in this sector.
A few of the many inspiring presentations are summarized in this special section of CEP...
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