Intelligent Investors Should Look to LanzaTech

“LanzaTech, a wholly innovative and unique company originally hailing from New Zealand and now based in Skokie, Illinois, is using a combination of cutting-edge genetic engineering, state-of-the-art artificial intelligence, and innovations in mechanical and chemical engineering to manufacture chemicals using a process that soaks up carbon rather than emitting it,” Forbes contributor Erik Kobayashi-Solomon reports.

There is “so much” Kobayashi-Solomon wants to write about LanzaTech, that he is breaking his coverage of the company into a series. This first article offers an overview explanation of the company’s operations.

“The brilliant team at LanzaTech know, as I know,” Kobayashi-Solomon says, “that to maintain the high standards of living we enjoy in the developed world and bring up the standards of living in developing areas, we simply cannot continue to operate according to obsolete paradigms.”

“Intelligent investors take note.”

LanzaTech was co-founded in 2005 by New Zealanders Dr Sean Simpson and the late Dr Richard Forster.

Original article by Erik Kobayashi-Solomon, Forbes, September 21, 2021.

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