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  • High flow control for gasification

    High flow control for gasification Alyssa Jenkins and Mic Chaudoir, Ph.D. Gasification is a process in which biomass or fossil fuel is converted into carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide (syngas or synthetic gas).1 According to Carnot’s theorem of thermodynamic efficiency, the syngas produced is more energy rich than organic fuel in its combustion due […]

  • mfc bioprocessing flow control
    Lowering cost and increasing speed of biologics production

    Lowering cost and increasing speed of biologics production With protocols for bioprocessing firmly established, there is an increasing focus on reducing the cost of producing biologics, biosimilars, mABs, and other modern medicines requiring bioreactions. Producing these pharmaceuticals promises to revolutionize treatment of many difficult diseases, especially modern scourges that have been resistant to small molecule-based […]

  • ILS Automation integrates mass flow control with industrial communication protocols into bioreactors

    ILS Automation integrates mass flow control with industrial communication protocols into bioreactors Many pharmaceutical and agricultural products, biofuels, and biochemicals are produced in a fermentation process similar to the way beer is made. Biotech and chemical research companies that make such products need to accurately control the amount of each gas that is fed into […]