- Winter 2023 Issue -
POET NEVER SATISFIED SCHOLAR PARTNERS WITH SEEDS OF CHANGE
By Makenzie Huber
Windows dangle from broken hinges at a small medical outpost in rural Africa. Rain leaks into the building from holes in the steel sheeted roof, muddying the dirt floor littered with livestock droppings.
STOVER HARVESTING GETS A MAKEOVER WITH POET'S PROJECT FREEDOM
By Ryan Turpin
Corn stover leads a paradoxical life. It is an answer and a riddle in one, a symptom and a treatment, a frustratingly problematic solution. In philosophical terms, it’s akin to a Gordian knot — one that POET hopes to unravel.
BIOETHANOL’S VALUE STARTS AT THE FARM, EXTENDS TO THE WORLD
A New Look at Value-Driven Agriculture
By Matt Merritt
Over the last three decades, biofuels have provided a range of benefits to the world in cleaning our environment, boosting our available energy resources, and increasing economic output. Those benefits are perhaps most strongly felt at the source of production — the bioprocessing facilities and farmers who supply them with grain.
POET BIOPROCESSING – IOWA FALLS TEAM GOES ABOVE AND BEYOND IN COMMUNITY
Iowa Falls Plant Exemplifies “One POET” Spirit
By Andrea Van Essen
At POET Bioprocessing – Iowa Falls, the implementation of the One POET Committee has played an impactful role in shaping the plant’s culture, as well as its place within the local community.
Farm Fresh: Navigating the New Carbon Economy
By Matt Vining, CEO of Navigator CO2
Carbon management is in the midst of a fundamental and long-lasting evolution. With corporate commitments like net zero by 2050 and pledges of carbon neutrality at the forefront of the energy sector's focus, biofuel producers are eager to identify innovative and sustainable solutions to stay competitive in an ever-changing energy landscape.
COLUMNSOut of Left Field
FOCUS ON E15In Sight