Originally published ChicoER News
CEO Pam Marrone was recognized as “Entrepreneur of the Year” by Innovate North State at the 2013 Innovation Awards “… A SALUTE TO GAME CHANGING INNOVATION – because it takes unconventional thinking, keen vision and dedicated execution to create life-changing innovative solutions.”
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As Originally Published at CropLife.com
By Matthew J. Grassi
CEO Pam Marrone sits down with CropLife.com’s Matthew Grassi to discuss the rise in bioherbicides.
Q: Tell us some general information about Marrone Bio Innovations’ portfolio of herbicide products.
Pam Marrone: “We have three (bio herbicides) in development with a large pool of early stage candidates from our discovery screening. One of our most exciting product candidates is code named MBI-010. We discovered this from our screen looking for systemic natural products from microorganisms. more
Originally Posted on EY.com
CEO and Founder Pam Marrone joins panelists at the 2013 EY Strategic Growth Forum. Their resounding message about preparing for an IPO: preparation.
The 2013 Forum was attended by over 2,000 of the nation’s top CEOs, entrepreneurs, advisors, investors and other senior business leaders; remaining the country’s most prestigious gathering of high-growth, market-leading companies.
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Pam Marrone, founder and CEO of Davis-based Marrone Bio Innovations Inc., on Wednesday was named 2013 Innovator of the Year at the Sacramento Regional Technology Alliance’s seventh annual CleanStart Showcase, spotlighting the Sacramento region’s clean-technology sector.
The award announcement was made at the McClellan Conference Center, site of the gathering.
The Global Cleantech 100 list is unique because it highlights the promise of clean technology companies from all around the world, focusing on those companies which the players in the market feel are currently the most likely to make the most significant market impact over the next 5-10 years. The list is derived from Cleantech Group’s own data and research, combined with the weighted qualitative judgments of hundreds of nominations, and the viewpoints of a global 90-person Expert Panel.
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As Originally Published in the Davis Enterprise
by Brett Johnson
Marrone Bio Innovations Inc. has been making lots of headlines lately, so The Enterprise decided to check in with the company’s founder, longtime Davis resident Pam Marrone, to discuss where the local biotech firm has been, and where it’s going.
As Originally Published in Alexandria Echo Press
by Crystal Dey
Buzz has been circulating that another Zequanox trial is planned for a Douglas County lake this summer. It’s true.
- Scientists from the New York State Museum documented zebra mussels suffocating native clam species in June 2013. (Photo contributed by NYSM)
In 2012, a mobile laboratory trial was conducted on Lake Carlos. The 2013 study planned for Little Lake Darling will determine how effective Zequanox can be at saving native clam species from zebra mussels.
Denise A. Mayer, director and senior research scientist with the New York State Museum’s Field Research Laboratory (NYSM-FRL) in Cambridge, New York is working on a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) project in collaboration with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) out of La Crosse, Wisconsin and in cooperation with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Scientific teams visited Douglas County and scoped out a prime location during a scuba dive expedition in June.