American Science and Technology Corp. is scaling up its Wausau, Wisconsin-based pilot plant to pre-commercialization scale. Baisch Engineering was selected to design the scale up of the biorefinery pilot plant from its current production capacity of 200 pounds of lignocellulosic biomass per day to 2 tons per day.
CHICAGO, IL – American Science and Technology (AST), a Chicago-based company focused on converting lignocellulosic biomass into high-value chemicals and products, has selected Baisch Engineering, based out of Kaukauna (WI), to assist in the scale up of its Wausau (WI) bio-refinery pilot plant. The new scaled-up plant will increase AST’s processing capacity from 200 pounds of lignocellulosic biomass per day to 2 tons per day.
STEVENS POINT — Officials from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point say nearly $5 million in grants will help improve the quality of instruction, training opportunities and services they will offer to businesses across the region.
American Science and Technology and University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point Awarded Grant as Part of a $22.5 Million Economic Development Initiative
CHICAGO, IL –American Science and Technology (AST) and The University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point (UWSP) have been awarded approximately $2.8 million, as part of a $22.5 million initiative by the University of Wisconsin System institutions to support increased economic growth and a stronger Wisconsin workforce.