September-October 2012 Newsletter
An algal production facility located at the BioCentury Research Farm will be operational by November. This is the first facility at Iowa State University that can produce large amounts of algal biomass.
Initial studies show a fungus grown in the leftovers of ethanol production could be a good energy feed for pigs and chickens.
Michael Kessler, associate professor of materials science and engineering, has teamed up with Byron Brehm-Stecher, associate professor of food science and human nutrition, and Richard Larock, distinguished professor emeritus of chemistry, to develop soybean oil-based coatings that have antibacterial properties.
- Polymers Environmental Comparator Now Available
- Food Product Development Team Wins Third at AACC Competition
- Van Leeuwen Receives Award