Surprise! LS9 purchased by Renewable Energy Group

We're only three weeks into the new year, but 2014 continues to be a year for realignments in the bio-based material and chemical industry. Only two weeks ago, Cibus announced it purchased the remaining interest in its spin-out, Nucelis (see the January 9, 2014 LRMCJ), and then last week Siluria ...

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