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Mango Materials #47 of 50 Hottest Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy 2018

Mango Materials is honored to have made the list of the 50 hottest companies in the advanced bioeconomy for 2018. This list is generated from votes by the invited international Selectors and subscribers of Biofuels Digest, the world’s most widely-read bioeconomy daily. Other companies making the list include Novozymes, Coca-Cola, IKEA, Boeing, Impossible Foods, LanzaTech, Braskem, and Beyond Meat. To see the full list of Hot 50 companies, click here.  

Molly wins Amazon’s Women’s First Award at Global Entrepreneurship Summit

Molly represented Mango Materials at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES2017) in Hyderabad, India. Molly was selected as a semi-finalist to pitch at the catalyst pitch competition held by Global Innovation through Science and Technology (GIST). The semi-finalists were chosen based on a combined score that took into account the public vote, pitch video, and feedback from expert judges. Molly was awarded the Women’s First Award presented by Amazon which includes a Dell computer and Amazon services! To read more about the event and winners, click on the following links: The Hindu India...

Mango Materials named one of the “Hottest 40” companies for 4th year in a row!

Mango Materials was named #12 of the 40 Hottest Emerging Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy by Biofuels Digest. We are honored to continue to be recognized by the readers of Biofuels Digest! To read the full list, click here.

Mango Materials announces path to biodegradable fibers

Molly Morse announced at SynBioBeta 2017 that Mango Materials has a path to biodegradable fibers. The PHA fibers are an interesting solution that allows you to have a closed-loop process and help reduce the amount of waste generated by the textile industry. “The material can also reduce ocean plastic pollution. If a T-shirt made from regular polyester is washed in a washing machine, tiny microfibers typically wash down the drain, and because they aren’t broken down at wastewater treatment plants, can make it into the ocean. Fibers from the new material would degrade at a treatment plant instead, and if a whole T-shirt happened to fall in the ocean, marine organisms could digest it.” Click here to read the entire Fast Company...

Mango Materials Recognized for SBIR/STTR Successes

Recently, Mango Materials was recognized for their successes with the NSF SBIR and NASA STTR program. This post highlights the early methane to biopolymers work here on Earth using the NSF funds along with the more recent methane to biopolymers in a microgravity environment funded by NASA. We are honored to have received this funding and are looking forward to continuing to share results and lessons learned. Read the full post on the SBIR website by clicking here.