Another acrylic acid R&D group crystallizes with collaboration between BASF, Cargill, and Novozymes

Last week, BASF, Cargill, and Novozymes announced a joint R&D relationship to develop a route to bio-based acrylic acid. Novozymes and Cargill had been had been working together since 2008 to develop organisms that can produce 3-hydroxypropionic acid (3-HP), a precursor to acrylic acid. Now, BASF jo...

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