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Molly Morse and the Mango Materials team was featured in DSM’s “Science Can Change the World” campaign. Four innovative scientists and engineers from around the world were included in the project. We are honored to be a part of this project as we truly believe that science CAN change the world. To view the video […]
From January 21-24, Molly and Anne participated in the LAUNCH Forum at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. Mango Materials was selected as one of the top 10 innovators in green chemistry. From the Forum program: NASA, Nike, The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and The U.S. Department of State founded LAUNCH to identify and foster breakthrough […]
Des King interviews Molly Morse, Chief Executive Officer, Mango Materials, at European Bioplastics conference in Brussels, December 2014. Click here to see the full interview on YouTube.
Mango Materials was awarded the Excellence in the Field of Technology Research award at CleanEquity Monaco 2014. HSH Prince Albert of Monaco presented the award to Molly Morse in March. Read more at Inside Energy and Environment. Also, check out the YouTube video of highlights from the conference and awards ceremony.
On Friday, March 28, 2014, His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco presided over the 2014 CleanEquity Monaco Awards Ceremony in Monte-Carlo. CleanEquity Monaco is the:“…world’s leading emerging cleantech conference [established by] His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco & Mungo Park, Chairman of Innovator Capital, to accelerate cleantech innovation and implementation and […]
“There’s a lot of different types of ways to make bioplastics from different sorts of plants,” said Molly Morse of bioplastics start-up Mango Materials. The different types of bioplastics are essentially different materials, so they all break down differently. “Bioplastics as a whole can give people, consumers, a false sense of responsibility, and I think […]
Mango Materials CEO Molly Morse describes her company’s process for creating bioplastic from methane. This interview took place on June 6, 2013, at the Sustainable Brands 2013 Conference in San Diego. See the entire interview here.
Problem: Plastics are useful and inexpensive but are manufactured out of fossil fuels, used once and then thrown away and create systemic health & environmental health risks. Solution: Develop biodegradable plastics that are less expensive than petrochemicals while having similar or better material properties. Breakthrough technology that makes it possible: Bacteria eat methane gas from […]
New York, NY September 24, 2012 – CEO and engineer Molly Morse is the 2012 winner of the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge, the world’s largest annual award for sustainable entrepreneurship. Morse received $630,000 (€500,000) to develop her promising green business. Her company, Mango Materials, uses bacteria to turn methane gas into affordable biodegradable plastic. Two other […]
Amsterdam, 17 September 2012 – Molly Morse of the United States, Daan Weddepohl of the Netherlands and Nick Gerritsen of New Zealand will travel to New York for Sunday’s Postcode Lottery Green Challenge 2012 final, the jury announced at the PICNIC Festival 2012. The three startup entrepreneurs will vie for a €500,000 prize that will help the […]