Genomatica Advances Second-Generation Biobased BDO with M&G
11:41 PM MST | January 24, 2012 | Rebecca Coons
Renewable chemicals firm Genomatica (San Diego) says it has obtained exclusive worldwide rights to Beta Renewables’ (Scrivia, Italy) technology to convert biomass to 1,4-butanediol (BDO), and the two firms plan to begin demonstration-scale production this year at Beta’s Scrivia facility. Beta Renewables' Scrivia site. The agreement builds on a previously announced partnership between Genomatica and Gruppo M&G (M&G; Tortona, Italy), Beta’s majority owner, to develop a second-generation process to biobased BDO. Genomatica has been...
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