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Bayer CropScience signs agbio collaboration with Massachusetts start-up

9:57 AM MST | February 25, 2014 | Rebecca Coons

Renewable fuels and chemicals start-up GreenLight Biosciences (Medford, MA) says it has entered into a partnership with Bayer CropScience to explore applications of GreenLight’s proprietary cell-free technologies to increase the productivity of potential manufacturing processes for crop protection products. GreenLight says its technology can enable a new safe, fast, energy-efficient, and economical way to produce crop protection products through bacteria engineered to produce enzymes for cell-free chemical synthesis processes. “At GreenLight...

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