The Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) hosted its 2021 Project Peer Review virtually on March 8‒12, 2021; March 15‒16, 2021; and March 22‒26, 2021. The presentations from the Performance-Advantaged Bioproducts, Bioprocessing Separations, and Plastics session are available to view below. For more information, including a complete schedule, view the 2021 Project Peer Review Agenda.

Presentation Title Speaker Organization
Performance-Advantaged Bioproducts, Bioprocess Separations, and Plastics - Session Overview Gayle Bentley Bioenergy Technologies Office
Bio-Optimized Technologies to keep Thermoplastics out of Landfills and the Environment (BOTTLE) Gregg Beckham BOTTLE Consortium
Bioconversion of Heterogeneous Polyester Wastes to High Value Chemical Products Margaret Sobkowicz-Kline University of Massachusetts Lowell
ResIn: Responsible Innovation for Highly Recyclable Plastics Linda Broadbelt Northwestern University
Recyclable Thermoset Polymers from Lignin Derived Phenols Ian Klein Spero Renewables, LLC
Upcycling of CFRP Waste: Viable Ecofriendly Chemical Recycling and Manufacturing of Novel Repairable and Recyclable Composites Jinwen Zhang Washington State University
Renewable Carbon Fibers Consortium Adam Bratis National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Melt-Stable Engineered Lignin Thermoplastic: A Printable Resin Amit Naskar Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Bio-Insecticides from Thermochemical Biomass Conversion Nolan Wilson National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Synthesis and Analysis of Performance-Advantaged Bioproducts Gregg Beckham National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Inverse Biopolymer Design through Machine Learning and Molecular Simulation Nolan Wilson National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Identifying Performance Advantaged Bio-Based Chemicals Utilizing Bio-Privileged Molecules Brent Shanks Iowa State University
Cellulose-Chitin Composites for Performance Advantaged Barrier Packaging Bioproducts Carson Meredith Georgia Institute of Technology
Fermentative Production of Tulipalin A: A Next-Generation, Sustainable Monomer that Drastically Improves the Performance of pMMA Alex Zanghellini Arzeda
Design and Development of Bio-Advantaged Vitrimers as Closed-Loop Bioproducts Jay Keasling University of California, Berkeley
Separations Consortium Jennifer Dunn Bioprocessing Separations Consortium
Lignin Rich Stream Fractionation and Purification Eric Karp National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Redox-based Electrochemical Separations Lauren Valentino Argonne National Laboratory
2,3-Butanediol Separations Aimee Lu Church Argonne National Laboratory
Counter Current Chromatography Eric Karp Argonne National Laboratory
Volatile Products Recovery Phil Laible National Renewable Energy Laboratory