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DuPont Applied BioSciences Selects MBI to Collaborate on Process Development and Scale-Up for New Bio-based Product
Date:12/2/2008

" stated Scott Cunningham, Business Development Manager – DuPont Applied BioSciences. "MBI's well rounded expertise, operational flexibility and excellent facilities allowed us to successfully complete Phase I of the project. We are confident that MBI will help us to evaluate the critical path of this technology and identify opportunities and threats to scale-up and commercialization."

"DuPont is a world leading market-driven, science-based products company, so we are pleased they have chosen to continue working with our team," states Bringi. "De-risking high-technology developments is like building a bridge to the market. It requires experienced partners to work in collaboration with one another at each stage in the process from the lab through scale-up and then to the market. From our point of view, this relationship helps validate the strategic position we have chosen for MBI."

About MBI

MBI partners with universities and companies involved in sustainable technologies to bridge the gap between research and commercial applications. With over 25 years experience in fermentation technologies and process scale-up, MBI bundles a full spectrum of science, engineering, operational, and business expertise with an integrated infrastructure from laboratory bench to pilot-plant. MBI's focus is Industrial or White Biotechnology, which refers to the production of fuels, chemicals, polymers, proteins and other materials from renewable resources. Please visit www.mbi.org for more information.

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