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Gas Fermentation Leads Honored Achievements

By Scott Jenkins, Chemical Engineering magazine |

The winning technology for the 2019 Kirkpatrick Chemical Engineering Achievement Award, along with the other finalist technologies, demonstrate how innovative engineering can tackle climate change and other challenges. All six technologies are described here The six finalist technologies for the 2019 Kirkpatrick Chemical Engineering Achievement Award — including the winner, LanzaTech Inc.’s (Chicago, Ill.; www.lanzatech.com) gas-fermentation technology — represent the breadth of fields impacted by the chemical engineering profession. From industrial catalysis and petroleum refining to fermentation and bio-based plastics, the diverse set of technologies that garnered honor awards underlines the multidisciplinary nature of modern chemical engineering, and highlights the creativity and persistence of teams from across the globe. The Kirkpatrick Award, given by Chemical Engineering magazine every other year since 1933, recognizes achievements in commercializing noteworthy chemical engineering technology. For a full list of previous award winners, see www.chemengonline.com/kirkpatrick-award/. The 2019 winning technology from LanzaTech, along with the five other finalist technologies — from Dow, Reliance, JohnsonMatthey, TechnipFMC…
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