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Dow, Hebrew University Collaborate on Ethylene Antagonist

7:27 AM MDT | March 13, 2012 | Rebecca Coons

Yissum (Jerusalem), the technology transfer arm of Hebrew University, says it has signed a licensing agreement with Dow Chemical’s Agrofresh unit and North Carolina State University (NCSU; Raleigh, NC) for the development and commercialization of a novel water-soluble ethylene-antagonist for agricultural applications. Financial terms were not disclosed. In a joint research project, which was supported by a research grant from the United States-Israel Bi-national Agriculture Research and Development Fund (BARD), NCSU professor Edward C. Sisler synthesized a...

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