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1. Cropping Up -

Earlier this month, workers at the Delta BioRenewables plant at Agricenter International loaded a commercial-sized batch of the processed sugar juice from crushed sweet sorghum stalks into a commercial tanker truck.

2. BioDimensions Makes Move to Agricenter -

The Memphis biomass start-up that has focused on developing sweet sorghum as a fuel now has a financial partner who believes in the future of ethanol as a fuel.

BioDimensions Delta BioRenewables LLC recently moved to Agricenter International from the Whiteville, Tenn., cotton gin that has been home to the three-year-old undertaking.

3. The State of Green -

There are many shades of green.

And the use of the term “green” to describe public policies, business practices and other decisions designed to improve or sustain natural surroundings and our connection with them touches on so many other considerations.

4. Agricenter International Announces New Board -

The Agricenter International, 7777 Walnut Grove Road, recently elected two new board members.

5. BioDimensions Makes Move To Agricenter -

A Memphis-based company processing sweet sorghum into industrial sugar for fuel uses is moving from an old cotton gin in Whiteville, Tenn., to a mulch plant at Agricenter International in Memphis.

BioDimensions will move into a building on the Agricenter grounds that had been a mulch producing facility.

6. Sweet Sorghum Facility To Be Installed at Agricenter -

Eped Biofuels Holdings Inc. has made a strategic equity investment in BioDimensions Delta BioRenewables LLC, allowing the company to install a demonstration sweet sorghum semi-works processing facility at Agricenter International, 7777 Walnut Grove Road.

7. Mid-South Farm Awarded Renewable Energy Grant -

Fullen Brothers Farms, based in Ripley, Tenn., has been awarded funding from USDA Rural Development to determine the feasibility of processing oil seed locally rather than exporting most of it out of the region for processing.

8. Crop and Go -

Take agriculture machinery from the sugar cane and cotton industries.

Add genetics from cotton, corn and soybean seed companies. Mix with some proprietary technology built around what looks like a still and you have the recipe for the rise of sweet sorghum as an element in making biofuels.

9. TDN’s Seminar Touts Sustainability -

Green is the buzzword in business these days. From economic development to real estate construction, public and private initiatives focused on sustainability are reshaping the way business is conducted.

10. Green Seminar to Cover Efficiency, Sustainability -

The Daily News Publishing Co. Inc. on Thursday, Oct. 6, hosts The Daily News Green Seminar, part of the 2011 Seminar Series, focusing on sustainability and green issues.

11. Memphis Can Learn From Canada’s Bio Model -

The typical driver probably isn’t aware of how much soy product their car contains. From the color of the seats to the foam in the dashboard to the lining of the trunk, soybean-based materials are along for the daily commute.

12. Agricenter Gives Region’s Ag Biz Place to Call Home -

In the daily hustle and bustle of city life, it’s easy for Memphians to forget that the urban pocket they call home sits amid one of the nation’s richest agricultural regions.

And the world’s largest urban farm, nonprofit Agricenter International at 7777 Walnut Grove Road, is continually working to create more awareness about farming through educational programs and to advance agricultural technologies through research and trials.

13. Growing Biz in Region’s Biosciences Topic of Panel -

Scientists, academics, business professionals, politicians and others gathered Thursday at the Holiday Inn University of Memphis, 3700 Central Ave., to listen to entrepreneurial panelists voice their perspectives on the business of bioscience.

14. Growing Biz in Region’s Biosciences Topic of Panel -

Scientists, academics, business professionals, politicians and others gathered Thursday at the Holiday Inn University of Memphis, 3700 Central Ave., to listen to entrepreneurial panelists voice their perspectives on the business of bioscience.

15. Luncheon to Address Union of Biosciences, Small Business -

Members of the city’s growing bioscience community will come together Thursday for a luncheon hosted by the Memphis Bioworks Business Association, a group dedicated to promoting and advancing the bioscience business community in the Memphis region through programs, events and strategic communications.

16. Green Jobs’ Role in Social Justice Topic for MSPJC Gala -

A national figure in the growing discussion of the American green economy will speak about green jobs serving all races and classes in Memphis Saturday.

Van Jones, who is best known as the author of “The Green-Collar Economy” and as President Barack Obama’s former green jobs adviser, will give the keynote address at the 29th anniversary gala of the Mid-South Peace and Justice Center (MSPJC) to be held at First Congregational Church at 6 p.m.

17. Biofuel Firms Seek New Life Amid Changes -

While the Mississippi Delta region is considered a centerpiece of agricultural diversity and productivity in the southern U.S – distinguished by a variety of soil types, favorable climate and fairly long growing season – the biofuels industry must become viable to take advantage of the area’s assets.

18. New Crops Farm Tour to be Held at Agricenter -

AgBioworks, one of the arms of the Bioworks Foundation, and BioDimensions Inc. are hosting a new crops farm tour Aug. 24 at 8:30 a.m. at Agricenter International, 7777 Walnut Grove Road.

19. Bioeconomy Could Be Next Local Green Wave -

Whatever successes Memphis has achieved throughout history usually occurred when the city took advantage of its natural assets.

As a cultural crossroads where musical genres collided, Memphis became the home of the blues and the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll.

20. BioDimensions Reps. Participate in Biotech Congress -

Representatives from the Mid-South played an important role in the 6th Annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing held last week in Montreal.

Pete Nelson, cofounder of Memphis-based BioDimensions Inc., helped facilitate a panel during the World Congress that focused on the unique hurdles faced by companies and farmers attempting to produce and commercialize alternative crops. Some of the crops include miscanthus, switchgrass, plant-made enzymes, oilseed products and other unique plants.

21. Bio-Powered Bus Makes Memphis Visit -

Dartmouth College’s Big Green Bus, which is powered by vegetable oil and piloted by 15 Dartmouth students, will visit Downtown Memphis this week.

The bus, which functions as a “science fair on wheels,” will be available for tours at the Civic Center Plaza from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday. While here, the students will learn about local biofuel efforts and farmers’ efforts to begin production of alternative crops.

22. Memphis Bioworks Heads to the Farm -

The Memphis Bioworks Foundation has taken the next step in its development strategy by formally targeting biofuels and related products.

Since it was founded in 2001, Bioworks has concentrated on human medicine, and mainly on real estate issues; one of the first needs was lab space to help recruit scientists, which involved the 2005 implosion of Baptist Memorial Hospital along Union Avenue to make way for the UT-Baptist Research Park.

23. Bioscience Sector Proliferates Subtly but Powerfully in Medical District -

Elvis was a patient there, not to mention the vast number of babies who have been born in the hospitals of the Memphis Medical District.

But while several hospitals still operate in the Downtown district - including some that are undergoing major expansions and renovations, such as Le Bonheur Children's Medical Center - the face of the medical center is changing.