The first full day of the Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW) has come to end. After a kick-off talk from Ethanol Producer Magazine Executive Editor Tim Portz, the day was filled with thought-provoking talks, engaging sessions, and lively networking in the exhibit hall. To make good on our original promise to be your “eyes and ears on the ground,” here are three highlights from day one:
New separation and enzymatic conversion technologies are pushing the envelope of capturing more value from grain for advanced biofuel production than ever before.
On Tuesday, June 2, Novozymes Senior Research Associate Derek Payne will present the topic “Yield Maximization: Propagation and Fermentation Optimization” at the 2015 Fuel Ethanol Workshop and Expo (FEW) in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
On the second day of the Fuel Ethanol Workshop and Expo (FEW), Novozymes Senior Data Scientist Nicholas Giffen will present “Flexible Enzymatic Solutions for an Ever-Changing Market.”