DuPont acquires Dyadic's C1 enzyme technology for $75 million

Earlier this week Dyadic announced DuPont will acquire its C1 industrial enzyme technology platform for $75 million. While the deal transfers nearly all of Dyadic's industrial enzyme technology assets to DuPont, the announcement also disclosed that Dyadic will continue to have co-exclusive rights to...

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