Can These 3 Companies Save the Biofuels Business?
Biofuels like corn ethanol and biodiesel, such as is produced by Archer Daniels Midland, are only moderately less pollutive than fossil oil. Will Phillips 66 and Sapphire Energy's new partnership to further develop algal crude oil turn the tables? What about Solazyme's tailored oil business?
Will Biofuels Be at the Core of the Next Manhattan Project?
Biofuels are a necessary component of the energy future for the United States, but major investments are needed before they can play a leading role.
Why Solazyme Inc Slipped This Morning
Does this analyst make a good case? Or is it just more noise from Wall Street?
How Designer Microbes and the Organism Industry Will Reshape Our World
Many investors are captivated by the future of companies such as Tesla Motors and 3-D Systems -- and the potential creation of shareholder value on a scale that will be difficult to match. But are investors overlooking an even more promising industry with a brighter future?
Solazyme Follows Amyris Results With Impressive Developments of Its Own
Renewable oils manufacturer Solazyme is up today on positive developments from 2013 and early operations thus far in 2014. Here's what you need to know.
Attention, Solazyme Investors: Don't Forget About Amyris
Synthetic biology pioneer Amyris discussed its full-year 2013 results after market close. Here's what investors need to know about 2013 and what you can expect from operations in 2014.
4 Green Technology Stocks That Could Be Next Week's Big Movers
Find out why these companies, offering new and exciting technologies, could see their stocks make outsized moves next week.
How Solazyme, Inc. and Amyris, Inc. Bring Stability to a Risky World
Droughts and concerns of deforestation have ripped streaks of volatility through numerous raw materials that go into everyday products. Solazyme and Amyris are about to change that.
Big Companies Are Buying Into Biofuels
Big oil and chemical companies have financial resources and established infrastructure that is, at this point, unavailable to smaller biofuel companies. In the world of biofuels, maybe size does matter.
Solazyme, Inc. and Amyris, Inc. Will Make Sluggish Economic Growth a Distant Memory
The stock market holds its breath with every monthly economic report, but it seems to be ignoring a section of the economy that accounted for 7% of all GDP growth in 2011 and 2012. What is it, and how are Solazyme and Amyris driving it higher?