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Chemical Industry Weekly Innovation Round-Up, November 18

10:28 AM MST | November 18, 2010 | Vincent Valk

From Chemical Week: Dow AgroSciences and the U.S. Department of Energy have created "industrially relevant" levels of omega-7 fatty acids that could be used to make plastics. Video below. Total is developing a coal-based petrochemical complex in China in joint venture with China Power Investment Corporation. Umicore is establishing a business alliance with Dyesol to develop, market and produce the latter company's solar cells. LanzaTech, a New Zealand-based start-up, has signed an agreement with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to use...

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