Bio-nylon competition heats up as BioAmber opens adipic acid partnership

Partnerships continue to play a key role in advancing the field of bio-based materials and chemicals. BioAmber recently announced a deal to license technology from Celexion that will enable its engineered microbes to produce adipic acid, a six-carbon nylon precursor (for PA66, for example) also bein...

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