Bold explorations in funding, feedstocks, and biocatalysts at Next Generation Bio-Based Chemicals

At the Third Annual Next Generation Bio-Based Chemicals conference where Lux moderated a panel on carbon to chemicals, discussions centered around funding, the future of biocatalyst development, and — not surprisingly — feedstocks.

One panel touched on trends in funding bio-based chemical projects...

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