Iowa State University’s Bioeconomy Institute (BEI) opens opportunities in Iowa’s burgeoning bioeconomy, where our society looks to agriculture for fuel, energy, chemicals, and materials. More about BEI
“Theodore,” a five-color woodcut print by Rachel Deutmeyer, an ISUdesign student, has been named best-in-show at the ninth annual Biorenewables Art Competition.
Iowa State researchers met to discuss ideas for the New Carbon Economy Consortium.
Joseph Polin, an Iowa State Ph.D. student, won first place in a poster competition at the recent Corn Utilization & Technology Conference.
Ph.D. student Arpa Ghosh won a Best Poster Presentation Award at grad conference.
New opportunities for research in biorenewables.
The U.S. Dept. of Energy recently announced it has awarded Iowa State engineers a two-year, $854,039 grant to study autothermal pyrolysis and develop software modeling tools.
Autothermal pyrolysis with process intensification is BEI’s latest breakthrough in thermal deconstruction of biomass into biofuels and biochemicals.