Solazyme rebrands as TerraVia; throws in the towel for the production of industrial oils

Solazyme announced last week that it will now exclusively focus on the production of food, nutrition, and specialty ingredients, and will be changing its name to TerraVia to reflect this new focus. TerraVia's updated focus will not include the production of industrial oils, and over the next 12-1...

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