Bio-succinic acid developments: BioAmber partners with Cargill, Myriant begins construction

Last week BioAmber (formerly DNP Green Technologies) announced a partnership with Cargill to develop a succinic acid-producing microorganism. The agreement features a licensing deal where Cargill licenses a "new generation microorganism to produce bio-based succinic acid" to BioAmber, not the other ...

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