The University of Oxford has spun-out Oxford Biotrans to commercialise chemicals using a patented enzyme technology. The products Biotrans will produce include natural flavours and fragrances, and looks to edge in to a global market worth $22bn. Luet Wong, inventor of the enzyme technology, said: “The technique makes use of enzymes to transform commonly available…
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