BIO welcomes new Industrial & Environmental Section members

By Biotechnology Innovation Organization | January 26, 2018

The Biotechnology Innovation Organization has announced 10 companies recently have joined the Industrial & Environmental Section as new members.

Brent Erickson, executive vice president of BIO’s Industrial & Environmental Section, welcomed the members, stating, “BIO has established itself as the undisputed leader among Washington trade associations in representing the entire value chain of the biobased economy. The new members we have welcomed recently include established and start-up companies producing renewable chemicals, biobased materials, and advanced or cellulosic biofuel developers. They come from across the entire value chain from agriculture through advanced technology to innovative new products.”

The list of new members includes:

Danimer Scientific (Bainbridge, Georgia) –
Domtar Biomaterials (Fort Mill, South Carlina) –
Gevo (Englewood, Colorado) –
Industrial Microbes (Emeryville, California) –
Inscripta (Boulder, Colorado) –
Lumen Bioscience (Seattle, Washington) --
Twist Bioscience (San Francisco, California) –
Velocys (Harwell, United Kingdom) –
Virent (Madison, Wisconsin) –
Zymergen (Emeryville, California) –