Recent News & Press
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.
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 […]
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 […]
The SynBioBeta team interviewed Molly in preparation for her lightning talk at SynBioBeta SF on October 4, 2017. Molly talks about why biopolymers are an exciting field to be in, the biggest opportunities and challenges for biobased products, along with other topics. Click here to read the entire interview.
Mango Materials has been selected for a Phase II STTR award from NASA to explore the production of biopolymers in a microgravity environment. This funding (titled “A Novel, Membrane-Based Bioreactor Design to Enable a Closed-Loop System on Earth and Beyond”) will aid in continuing the work from the Phase I award. Mango Materials will once […]
Mango Materials was featured in a US Department of Energy (DOE) blog post called “5 Everyday Products Made from Biomass: A Few May Surprise You”. This post highlights DOE’s Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) work behind the scenes, partnering with industry, universities and national laboratories to improve the technologies that produce homegrown bioproducts such as fuels, […]
Emily O’Dowd from Bio-Based World News sat down with Anne Schauer-Gimenez, VP of Customer Engagement at Mango Materials for a 5 minute interview. Anne discusses her motivation for going into the biobased industry along with advice for other start-ups in this space. Check out the interview here ahead of Molly Morse’s presentation at Bio-Based Live […]
A recent article written by our friends at the Green Chemistry and Commerce Council (GC3) highlights how partnerships are key to getting green chemicals, materials, and technology to market. Based on the findings from a one-day workshop entitled “Leverage Partnerships to Accelerate Green & Bio-based Chemistry Innovation”, the article outlines the essential elements for a […]
In a post for World Positive, Thomas Ermacora discusses a dawn of new alchemists where companies are doing good things for the environment and turning the current way on manufacturing on its head. The four companies in this session include, Global Thermostat, OPUS 12, Mango Materials, and BIG. Each of these companies are looking for […]
As part of the US Department of Energy’s Small Business Voucher program, Mango Materials is working with Lawrence Berkeley National Lab’s Advanced Biofuel Process Demonstration Unit (ABPDU) to test parts of their biopolymer production process. Dana Bye from the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy talks about Mango Materials and this collaboration in a […]