BASF quits acrylic partnership with Novozymes and Cargill

On January 27, Novozymes announced that BASF terminated its research and development (R&D) collaboration with Novozymes and Cargill to develop bio-based 3-hydroxypropionic acid (3-HP) and acrylic acid. The press release made no mention about the reasons behind this decision. Prior to the announce...

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