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Solazyme cruises in biofuels, green chemicals IPO

The stock for algae company Solazyme rises 15 percent in its initial public offering, raising $227 million to expand its biofuels and chemicals businesses.

By May 27, 2011

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Algae-oil maker Solazyme files to go public

The California company seeks to raise up to $100 million on the stock market to speed up commercialization of its algae oil for fuels, food, and personal care products.

By March 12, 2011

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Solazyme raises $52 million for algae fuel

Many companies have tried to make fuel and food products from algae, but Solazyme's unique approach has helped accentuate its potential for commercializing algae biofuels.

By August 9, 2010

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Solazyme's algae diesel ready to hit the road

Company's renewable diesel earns certification as a fuel and gets tested on a Jeep Liberty with a diesel engine.

By June 11, 2008

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Solazyme targets algae fuel in three years

Next-generation biofuels using algae or plant wastes are getting closer to commercialization, but large-scale production with sustainably grown plants remains the challenge.

By August 20, 2008

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U.S. Navy buys 20,000 gallons of algae fuel

Solazyme signs contract to provide additional 150,000 gallons of algae-derived advanced biofuels to U.S. military by 2011.

By September 15, 2010

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Algae start-up signs contract for biodiesel

Imperium and Solazyme want to put algae in the tank. Stay tuned for when.

By June 7, 2007

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The many faces of algae

From biofuel to cooking oil and skin care products, algae is becoming the new go-to ingredient for a myriad of products. On a visit to Solazyme, a South San Francisco-based biotech company, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi rides in a 100 percent algae-fueled car and samples surprisingly tasty algae cooking oil that rivals any extra virgin olive oil.

By June 26, 2008

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Biofuel-powered commercial aviation finally takes off

A Continental Airlines Boeing 737 yesterday made the first U.S. flight running on an algae-based biofuel blend. That single flight alone may have saved the equivalent of 30,000 miles of one car's carbon dioxide emissions.

By November 8, 2011

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Study: Algae biofuels need 10 years of R&D to compete

Energy Biosciences Institute says that sustained R&D is needed to make algae biofuels cost-competitive with fossil fuels.

By November 5, 2010