U.S. Department of Energy awards Novomer $2.1 million to develop carbon-dioxide-based polymers

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently awarded Novomer (see the April 6, 2009 LRNJ) $2.1 million to develop polymers derived from waste carbon dioxide, on the heels of Novomer's $14 million Series B financing round (see the August 30, 2009 LRNJ). More importantly, Novomer also announced that i...

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