Mascoma Corporation, a developer of proceses to produce biofuels from lignocellulosic biomass using proprietary microorganisms and enzymes, announced the acquisition of Celsys BioFuels, Inc.
. . . Celsys BioFuels, Inc., . . .was formed . . . to commercialize cellulosic ethanol production . . . using technology developed . . . at Purdue University. The Celsys technology is based on proprietary pretreatment processes for multiple biomass feedstocks, including corn fiber and distiller grains. . . .
“The acquisition of Celsys BioFuels strengthens our proprietary biomass processing capabilities and our intellectual property portfolio. It also expands our ability to integrate cellulosic ethanol into existing corn ethanol production facilities by utilizing fiber and distiller grains co-products as feedstocks.” said Mascoma CEO Bruce A. Jamerson. . . . more