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The present disclosure identifies methods and compositions for modifying photoautotrophic organisms as hosts, such that the organisms efficiently convert carbon dioxide and light into n-alkanes, and in particular the use of such organisms for the commercial production of n-alkanes and related molecules.


Patent
Joule Unlimited | Date: 2017-02-08

A method and system for recovering a volatile organic compound from a dilute aqueous phase. The method may include separating volatile organic compound from the aqueous phase by using carrier gas to generate a solvent-laden vapor stream, feeding a solvent-laden vapor stream to a mass of carbon adsorbent and enabling the solvent to be absorbed and separated from the solvent-laden vapor stream, releasing the absorbed volatile organic compound, and condensing the released volatile organic compound to form a condensate. The system may include a vapor phase source containing ethanol, at least one carbon bed containing a mass of coconut shell carbon, a steam source in fluid communication with the carbon bed, and a condenser in fluid communication with the carbon bed. The method and system may also utilize microbeads as an absorbent and may be configured so the capacity is scalable from lab scale to production scale.


The present disclosure identifies methods and compositions for modifying photoautotrophic organisms as hosts, such that the organisms efficiently convert carbon dioxide and light into n-alkanes, and in particular the use of such organisms for the commercial production of n-alkanes and related molecules.


Patent
Joule Unlimited | Date: 2015-02-11

The present disclosure relates to methods and compositions for engineering photoautotrophic organisms to convert carbon dioxide and light into fatty acid esters and other molecules, including biofuels. The molecules are then secreted by the organism into a growth medium.


Patent
Joule Unlimited | Date: 2016-02-02

The present disclosure relates to methods and compositions for engineering photoautotrophic organisms to convert carbon dioxide and light into fatty acid esters and other molecules, including biofuels. The molecules are then secreted by the organism into a growth medium.


Patent
Joule Unlimited | Date: 2016-03-23

The present disclosure identifies pathways and mechanisms to confer production of carbon-based products of interest such as ethanol, ethylene, chemicals, polymers, n-alkanes, isoprenoids, pharmaceutical products or intermediates thereof in photoautotrophic organisms such that these organisms efficiently convert carbon dioxide and light into carbon-based products of interest, and in particular the use of such organisms for the commercial production of ethanol, ethylene, chemicals, polymers, n-alkanes, isoprenoids, pharmaceutical products or intermediates thereof.


Patent
Joule Unlimited | Date: 2015-04-02

A method and system for recovering a volatile organic compound from a dilute aqueous phase. The method may include separating volatile organic compound from the aqueous phase by using carrier gas to generate a solvent-laden vapor stream, feeding a solvent-laden vapor stream to a mass of carbon adsorbent and enabling the solvent to be absorbed and separated from the solvent-laden vapor stream, releasing the absorbed volatile organic compound, and condensing the released volatile organic compound to form a condensate. The system may include a vapor phase source containing ethanol, at least one carbon bed containing a mass of coconut shell carbon, a steam source in fluid communication with the carbon bed, and a condenser in fluid communication with the carbon bed. The method and system may also utilize microbeads as an absorbent and may be configured so the capacity is scalable from lab scale to production scale.


The present disclosure identifies pathways and mechanisms to confer production of carbon-based products of interest such as ethanol, ethylene, chemicals, polymers, n-alkanes, isoprenoids, pharmaceutical products or intermediates thereof in photoautotrophic organisms such that these organisms efficiently convert carbon dioxide and light into carbon-based products of interest, and in particular the use of such organisms for the commercial production of ethanol, ethylene, chemicals, polymers, n-alkanes, isoprenoids, pharmaceutical products or intermediates thereof.


Patent
Joule Unlimited | Date: 2015-04-09

The present disclosure identifies methods and compositions for modifying photoautotrophic organisms as hosts, such that the organisms efficiently produce alkanes, and in particular the use of such organisms for the commercial production of alkanes and related molecules. Other materials, methods, and compositions are also described.


The present disclosure identifies methods and compositions for modifying photoautotrophic organisms as hosts, such that the organisms efficiently convert carbon dioxide and light into n-alkanes, and in particular the use of such organisms for the commercial production of n-alkanes and related molecules.

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