Wakefield, MA – January 4, 2019 — Xyleco, Inc., a privately held science and manufacturing company, today announced that its technology will be the focus of a segment on CBS’s news magazine 60 Minutes scheduled to air this coming Sunday, January 6, 2019.
Did an 81-year-old with no scientific background solve one of the world’s biggest puzzles? Marshall Medoff says he has figured out how to cheaply and cleanly turn plant material into environmentally-friendly biofuels and other products. https://t.co/r3O0efWq7u pic.twitter.com/YDFIvG7Jor— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) January 4, 2019
Xyleco is the world’s leading expert in unlocking the potential of non-food biomass.
The company has world-class research and development laboratories, as well as a pilot production facility on 5 acres alongside Route 95 in Wakefield, MA, where the company innovates and demonstrates its cellulosic technology. It also has a commercial plant facility on a 162-acre campus in Washington State, as well as an engineering office in Houston, TX.
Xyleco’s Board of Directors includes three Nobel prize winners in science (chemistry and physics), a senior professor in chemical engineering at MIT, a former U.S. Secretary of Energy, and a former Chief Executive Officer of the world’s largest oil company.
More information about Xyleco can be found at www.xyleco.com.