Funding booms for biomass-focused biotech firms

Several biotech firms have funded to continue developing new feedstock or conversion technologies to produce biofuels and other chemicals. The ag biotech field keeps heating up with more biotech firms working to engineer new crops to improve yields of sugars for biofuel and chemical production. Sor...

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