Amyris, Solazyme recipients of the 2014 EPA Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Amyris and Solazyme as recipients of the 2014 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards. The prize is awarded by the EPA to promote the environmental and economic benefits of developing and using novel green chemistry. This year, it see...

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