Startup to sign advanced-biofuel licensing deal with Cofco, Novozymes

05/25/2010 | Journal and Courier (Lafayette, Ind.)

Green Tech America, an Indiana-based startup that has developed a yeast-based technology for cellulosic ethanol production, will sign a licensing agreement with Cofco and Novozymes at the China-U.S. Advanced Biofuels Forum this week in Beijing. "For GTA to sign a license agreement with two giant companies in the world, it means they will use [our] yeast in their production of cellulosic ethanol," said Nancy W.Y. Ho, the company's founder.

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