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Andrew J. Logan

Vice President - Product Development

Nutrinsic Corporation

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Nutrinsic Corporation

600 S. Cherry Street, Suite 314

Denver, Colorado,80246

United States

Company Description

Nutrinsic is a pioneer in providing commercial nutrition solutions through the upcycling of underutilized nutrients. By recovering nutrients, Nutrinsic delivers a sustainable source of premium protein for animal nutrition and nitrogen for a slow release fertil...more

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Andrew Logan
VP of Research and Development Dr. Andrew Logan is Vice President of Research and Development of Nutrinsic Corporation. During his graduate studies, he and Seth Terry developed the initial technology platform for the Corporation and he continued this development during his postdoctoral work. In addition to his experience with the Nutrinsic, he has worked as a senior consultant at RTW Engineering in Denver, CO where he was responsible for drinking water and wastewater treatment process design and troubleshooting. He earned a BS in biology from James Madison University and MS and PhD degrees in Environmental Science and Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. Dr. Andrew Logan VP of Research and Development


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Andrew Logan, VP Research and Development, Oberon FMR, Inc.
ANDREW LOGAN VP Research and Development Oberon FMR, Inc.


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Andrew Logan
ANDREW LOGAN VP Research and Development, Oberon FMR, Inc. As a co-founder of Oberon, Andrew leads Oberon's product development research. Andrew traveled to Norway during graduate school where he gained experience in the aquaculture industry. From that point until 2003, Andrew and Seth jointly conducted laboratory-scale SCP research. From 2003 to 2005, Andrew worked as a National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellow in Norway. There, Andrew conducted pilot-scale research related to SCP production, handling, and feed manufacturing methods. Andrew holds a B.S. in biology with a microbiology focus from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. His M.S. and Ph.D. degrees are in Environmental Science and Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado where he researched wastewater and drinking water microbiology and engineering.


Welcome to the Nano Energy Summit

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Andrew Logan
ANDREW LOGAN VP Research and Development, Oberon FMR, Inc. As a co-founder of Oberon, Andrew leads Oberon's product development research. Andrew traveled to Norway during graduate school where he gained experience in the aquaculture industry. From that point until 2003, Andrew and Seth jointly conducted laboratory-scale SCP research. From 2003 to 2005, Andrew worked as a National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellow in Norway. There, Andrew conducted pilot-scale research related to SCP production, handling, and feed manufacturing methods. Andrew holds a B.S. in biology with a microbiology focus from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. His M.S. and Ph.D. degrees are in Environmental Science and Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado where he researched wastewater and drinking water microbiology and engineering. ANDREW LOGAN VP Research and Development Oberon FMR, Inc.


Free News, June 18, 2010

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At the World Aquaculture Society Meeting in San Diego (March 2010), Andrew Logan, Ph.D., Vice President of Research and Development, at Oberon FMR, Inc., gave a presentation on how his company uses food-grade by-products to produce bioflocs that it processes into a nutritious feed ingredient.Basically, the company mixes agriculture wastes with water, oxygen and some common bacteria to produce bioflocs, from which it harvests the ingredient.
Andy Logan: With fishmeal at around $2,000 a ton, we are targeting our product at $1,000 a ton. As we grow, our ability to reduce costs will benefit the industry more and more. Shrimp News: During your presentation in San Diego, you said you used food-grade by-products to produce your biofloc. What are some of the by-products? Andy Logan: We use the wastes that come from human food production processes like brewing operations, wet corn milling, sugar production and potato processing. We don't use animal manures or anything that is not food grade. The floc that we produce is very similar to the floc in shrimp ponds. Shrimp News: Are you planning any more feeding trials with shrimp? Andy Logan: Yes, we plan to run trials this summer in South America and at Texas A&M University, and we expect to publish some rather dramatic results on our product before the end of the year. Shrimp News: What do you culture the biofloc in? Andy Logan: Outdoor concrete tanks. One reactor is about the size of a football field. Shrimp News: How do you get the floc out of the tanks? Andy Logan: We use centrifuges or filter presses to harvest the bioflocs prior to drying. Shrimp News: How do climate and temperature affect the system? Andy Logan: Climate and temperature play a role, but a small one. This is mostly due to the fact that the upstream food processing operation generally adds a lot of heat to the water, which provides a minimum temperature all year round. Shrimp News: Do you use proprietary bacteria in the tanks? Andy Logan: We use commonly occurring bacteria. Andy Logan: Nothing! Andy Logan: Between fifteen and eighty tons of biofloc a day. It's then processed and dried so that it's shelf stable. Shrimp News: How do you plan to market the product? Andy Logan: The interest from the shrimp farming industry has been great, and many major feed companies have approached us for exclusive agreements-for everything we produce. What I actually think will happen is that we will be working with several smaller feed companies, but over time as we ramp up our production, we'll bring in bigger and bigger players who are looking for 10,000 to 20,000 tons per year. Shrimp News: How difficult is it going to be to ramp up to full-scale production? Andy Logan: We've been working on this for ten years and have had an engineering partner for the last two years who works on that specific question. Andy Logan: We're financed with venture capital and plan to stay private. Information: You can view a news report on Oberon's operations at http://www.oberonfmr.com/press.htm. When the page opens, click on +Audio/Video. Information: Andrew Logan, Ph.D., Vice President of Research and Development, Oberon FMR, Inc., 831 Pearl Street, Boulder, Colorado 80302, USA (phone 1-303-889-9123, email andy@oberonfmr.com, webpage http://www.oberonfmr.com/contact.htm). Andrew J. Logan. San Diego, California, USA, March 2010. 2. Oberon FMR's Webpage on June 10, 2010. 3. Andy Logan, telephone interview by Bob Rosenberry, Shrimp News International.


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