Recent News & Press
Mango Materials was mentioned in a Stanford University eCorner article about lean start-ups. He mentions the curriculum of the Technology Venture Formation offered in Stanford’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Mango Materials’ CEO, Molly Morse, took an early version of this class and is applying these techniques to the company even today. To read more […]
Mango Materials was selected to participate in the GreenTech Investor Session at the BIO World Congress in San Diego on April 18. 2016. Molly will join eight other emerging companies who will present their company to a panel of veteran investors, along with venture capitalists, analysts, and strategic investors in the audience. Molly will showcase the […]
Shilpi Mathrani, former intern at Mango Materials, was recently featured in the BerkeleyNews, a publication from the University of California at Berkeley. Shilpi interned at Mango Materials through her participation in UC-Berkeley’s Biomanufacturing to Marketing program which connects Berkeley students with local start-ups. The students get experience working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and the start-ups […]
Mango Materials was recently selected to participate in Plug and Play Tech Center’s New Materials and Packaging Batch 1 Platform. The Plug and Play team hand picked 20 companies to participate in “Selection Day” and 12 companies were then chosen to participate in the program. Plug and Play is a global innovation platform for startups, corporations, […]
Mango Materials and CEO Molly Morse were featured in the 2016 special issue of Perreault Magazine. This issue called “The Plastic Age” contains facts about plastics and where they come from, issues surrounding nature and human health, and the innovations and solutions of change makers. Click here to read the interesting issue!
Mango Materials’ CEO, Molly Morse, sat down with BioBased World News Editor Luke Upton to talk about the current state of PHA, scale-up plans for Mango Materials, and what the future holds for biodegradable materials. Click here to read the article.
At ABLC Next in San Francisco on November 3, 2015, it was announced that Mango Materials was named #36 in the “Hottest 40 Small Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy” by Biofuels Digest! From the Biofuels Digest article: “The rankings, which recognize innovation and achievement in fuels, biobased chemicals and materials by emerging companies, are based […]
Molly was interviewed by Chandler Slavin for Dordan’s blog. Chandler attended SustPak 2015 in Orlando and wanted to learn more about Mango Materials and their PHA production process. Click here to read the entire interview.
Mango Materials is excited and honored to be named “Most Innovate Business” by Think Beyond Plastic. Think Beyond Plastics’ annual competition “encourages disruptive innovation in materials, manufacturing, recycling, and design that measurably reduces plastic pollution”. Visit Think Beyond Plastics’ website here.
Mango Materials was mentioned as a “promising, environmentally friendly microbead alternative” in a recent New York Times article. With proposed legislation banning traditional plastic microbeads, industry and consumers are looking for replacements in their personal care products. The article discusses the recent legislation and the various alternatives, including PHAs from Mango Materials. Click here to […]