Cambrian Innovation Co-Founder and CEO Matthew Silver Speaks at the World Economic Forum on Energy and Water Innovation

Talk urges global leaders to reinvent today’s extractive model as a profitable, circular economy   BOSTON — February 26, 2015 — Cambrian Innovation, provider of advanced biotechnology for industrial businesses, participated in January with leaders from around the globe at the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Recognized as a 2015 WEF Technology Pioneer, Cambrian […]

Cambrian Innovation Welcomes Industrial Water Executive as New VP of Sales

Baji Gobburi brings decades of water leadership to advanced biotechnology provider   BOSTON — February 11, 2015 — Cambrian Innovation, provider of advanced biotechnology products for industrial businesses, announced today that Baji Gobburi joined the company as the new vice president of sales. Drawing on his two decades of leadership roles in the industrial water […]

Cambrian Innovation Wins Three Prestigious Contracts from NIH and DOD for Breakthrough Biotechnologies

Funding supports company’s scalable solutions for national security, water scarcity and health priorities BOSTON — October 23, 2014 — Cambrian Innovation, a water and bioenergy technology provider, today announced that it has won three prestigious contracts to further develop biotechnologies to dramatically improve water treatment, testing and remediation. The contracts, one from the U.S. Department […]

Waste to Energy: Focus on Sustainability Drives Water Treatment Innovations in Food and Beverage Industry

WaterWorld Sep 02 2014

Water availability, tighter environmental regulations and growing interest in sustainability are pushing advancements and greater implementation of water treatment innovations in the food and beverage industry. As more food and beverage manufacturers look to adopt more environmentally responsible approaches and minimize operational risks — including those related to waste disposal, wastewater discharge and rising energy costs — advanced treatment processes including waste-to-energy projects are increasingly emerging as more viable alternatives.

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