Virent cuts workforce and narrows focus to chemicals

Virent recently let go 35 employees, or roughly a third of its workforce, as it winds down its biofuels business. Virent delivered 100 gallons of biojet to the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory earlier this year, and subsequently secured another $4 million grant for further research. The company...

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