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Johnson Matthey Davy Technologies and Rennovia to develop biobased glucaric and adipic acid technologies

6:28 AM MDT | March 20, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

Johnson Matthey Davy Technologies (JM Davy) and Rennovia (Menlo Park, CA), a start-up developing catalytic processes to produce chemicals from renewable resources, announced today that they are embarking on a collaboration to develop, demonstrate and commercialize catalytic process technologies for the production of biobased glucaric acid and adipic acid.   Rennovia and JM Davy will work together to develop and demonstrate the processes based on Rennovia’s technology for the catalytic aerobic oxidation of glucose to glucaric acid, as well as the...

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