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2021
Barcelos, Carolina A, Asun M Oka, Jipeng Yan, Lalitendu Das, Ezinne C Achinivu, Harsha Magurudeniya, Jie Dong, Simay Akdemir, Nawa Raj Baral, Chunsheng Yan, Corinne D Scown, Deepti Tanjore, Ning Sun, Blake A Simmons, John M Gladden, and Eric R Sundstrom. "High-Efficiency Conversion of Ionic Liquid-Pretreated Woody Biomass to Ethanol at the Pilot ScaleHigh-Efficiency Conversion of Ionic Liquid-Pretreated Woody Biomass to Ethanol at the Pilot Scale." ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 9.11 (2021) 4042 - 4053.
Smith, Sarah Josephine, Andrew Satchwell, Thomas W Kirchstetter, and Corinne D Scown. "The implications of facility design and enabling policies on the economics of dry anaerobic digestion." Waste Management 128 (2021) 122 - 131.
Vora, Nemi, Peter R Christensen, Jérémy Demarteau, Nawa Raj Baral, Jay D Keasling, Brett A Helms, and Corinne D Scown. "Leveling the cost and carbon footprint of circular polymers that are chemically recycled to monomer." Science Advances 7.15 (2021) eabf0187.
DelRe, Christopher, Yufeng Jiang, Philjun Kang, Junpyo Kwon, Aaron Hall, Ivan Jayapurna, Zhiyuan Ruan, Le Ma, Kyle Zolkin, Tim Li, Corinne D Scown, R.O. Ritchie, Thomas P Russell, and Ting Xu. "Near-complete depolymerization of polyesters with nano-dispersed enzymes." Nature 592.7855 (2021) 558 - 563.
Mishra, Shruti K, Sagar Gautam, Umakant Mishra, and Corinne D Scown. "Performance-Based Payments for Soil Carbon Sequestration Can Enable a Low-Carbon BioeconomyPerformance-Based Payments for Soil Carbon Sequestration Can Enable a Low-Carbon Bioeconomy." Environmental Science & Technology (2021).
Scown, Corinne D, Nawa Raj Baral, Minliang Yang, Nemi Vora, and Tyler Huntington. "Technoeconomic analysis for biofuels and bioproducts." Current Opinion in Biotechnology 67 (2021) 58-64.
Magurudeniya, Harsha, Nawa Raj Baral, Alberto Rodriguez, Corinne D Scown, Jeff Dahlberg, Daniel Putnam, Anthe George, Blake A Simmons, and John M Gladden. "Use of ensiled biomass sorghum increases ionic liquid pretreatment efficiency and reduces biofuel production cost and carbon footprint." Green Chemistry (2021).