BASF accelerates production of bio-based acrylic acid in Cargill, Novozymes collaboration

BASF, Cargill, and Novozymes recently announced that they produced bio-based acrylic acid at pilot via 3-hydroxypropionic acid (3-HP) dehydration. In 2012, BASF announced that it entered into the existing joint agreement between Cargill and Novozymes (see the August 23, 2012 LRMCJ) for the conver...

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