Secretary Abraham stated, "The future of United States energy policy will be based on our country's ability to develop and implement many different types of technologies to meet our growing energy needs. We are excited to work with Dyadic whose technology has already been licensed and shown to be a key component in the process of developing and commercializing non-food biofuels and other applications worldwide."
Dyadic's President and CEO, Mark Emalfarb, added, "We are excited to have a firm of the caliber of The Abraham Group represent Dyadic. Secretary Abraham's commitment to Dyadic is a clear sign of the progress and innovations we are achieving in the area of bioenergy and lends further credibility to our company and its technologies. We expect The Abraham Group's expertise and relationships in the global energy sector will help accelerate the further development and monetization of our technologies through new licensees and other collaborations."
Dyadic believes that its proprietary and patented C1 platform technology can be used as a cost-effective method to develop and produce alternatives to oil and petroleum-based products for a variety of multi-billion dollar markets. The C1 platform technology is based on a genetically sequenced fungal microorganism that has been genomically annotated by Scripps Florida, a division of The Scripps Research Institute. As a result of more than a decade of continued research and development, the C1 platform can be readily programmed to develop and produce novel enzymes on a commercial scale at low c
|SOURCE Dyadic International, Inc.|
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