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Biochemicals: Start-ups Pick their Partners (with videos)

9:56 AM MDT | April 1, 2010 | Alex Scott in San Diego and London

A wave of start-up companies are bringing new bioprocessing technologies from the laboratory to the market and making collaborative deals with chemical companies and other players from across the supply chain. DNP Green Technology began producing commercial quantities of the intermediate chemical biosuccinic acid earlier this year and more start ups and established chemical producers are following in its wake. Start-up companies Genomatica (San Diego, CA), Deinove (Paris), Myriant Technologies (Quincy, MA), Zeachem (Lakewood, CO), are four companies that say they...

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