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First Patent

June 19, 2012 — Milestone reached for first patent on nextgen biofuel research by C5•6 Technologies and Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center who have been jointly working on alternative fuels from plants. The patent was issued for a heat-tolerant enzyme

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C5•6 Technologies Semifinalist in Clean Tech Open’s North Central Division.

September, 2011 – C5•6 Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce that it was selected as one of the top 20 Midwest cleantech & renewable energy entrepreneurs at Clean Tech Open, North Central Division. C5•6 will be attending the 2nd Annual

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C5•6 Technologies Awarded $227K in SBIR Grant.

March 1, 2011 – C5•6 Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce that it has recently been awarded a SBIR Phase I grant to fund additional research and development. The National Institutes of Health has awarded C5•6 Technologies $227,829 as a

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C5•6 Technologies Awarded $100K in SBIR Grant.

Jan 10, 2011 – C5•6 Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce that it has recently been awarded a SBIR Phase I grant to fund additional research and development. The Department of Defense Naval Aviation has awarded C5•6 Technologies $100,000 as

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C5•6 Technologies Awarded $150K in SBIR Grant.

June 8, 2010 – C5•6 Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce that it has recently been awarded a SBIR Phase I grant to fund additional research and development. The National Science Foundation has awarded C5•6 Technologies $150,000 as a Small

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UW-Madison to receive $125M for bioenergy research center

From the Wisconsin Technology Network link June 26, 2007 JOE VANDEN PLAS The United States Department of Energy will invest up to $375 million over five years in three new Bioenergy Research Centers, including $125 million for a center led

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Ethanol research looks at soybean

From the Wisconsin State Journal Business Section link Tuesday, April 3, 2007 NATHAN LEAF Over the past few years, ethanol plants have sprung up all over Wisconsin and much of the Midwest as the biofuel has been touted as the

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Lucigen Spins Off Biofuels Company

From the Wisconsin State Journal Business Section link Tuesday, August 15, 2006 JUDY NEWMAN A Middleton company that mines the hot springs of Yellowstone National Park for hardy microorganisms is spinning off part of its business. Lucigen is creating C5•6 Technologies,

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