It is time for businesses to embrace Industrial Biotechnology

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Colin Tattam of the Chemistry Innovation Knowledge Transfer Network argues the UK has the potential to lead the world in the development of green biotechnologies

Industrial Biotechnology (IB) has long been talked of, but little understood. For many, IB is either a way of producing fuels from plants or an expensive process suited to high value chemicals, like pharmaceuticals....

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