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Carl A. Miller, PhD, Joins iDiverse's Business and Scientific Advisory Board
Date:1/11/2011

DEL MAR, Calif., Jan. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- iDiverse today announced that Dr. Carl A. Miller has joined the company's Business and Scientific Advisory Board.

"We are extremely pleased to have Dr. Miller join our team at this time," said John Burr, president and CEO of iDiverse. "Dr. Miller has over forty years of extensive, hands on experience in the commercialization of novel bio-based technologies that have greatly improved the economics of production of biofuels and biomaterials. He has been directly involved in solving some of the very difficult problems associated with the pretreatment and fermentation of biomass materials to biofuels and chemicals. We believe our technology can play a significant role here and I am looking forward to Dr. Miller's help and support."

"I believe that iDiverse's technology will play an immediate role in overcoming many of the generally accepted limitations in the production of biofuels from a wide variety of fermentation substrates. The iDiverse technologies represent breakthroughs in the conventional paradigm of biofuel production from any feedstock but its greatest impact will be realized in the biomass-to-biofuels sector," said Dr. Miller.

Dr. Miller has an expansive background ranging from the development of cost-effective biofuel production process designs to the commercialization of novel industrial enzymes. He has held positions at Novozymes, Gist-brocades (now DSM), Diversa (now Verenium), Innovase and Syngenta, and is currently the president of Enventek, a biotechnology consulting company. Dr. Miller earned his PhD in bio-organic chemistry from Clemson University and did post-doctoral work on enzyme mechanism at Syracuse University.

About iDiverse

iDiverse, Inc. is a privately-held biotechnology company dedicated to developing and commercializing genetically enhanced cell lines for use in the bioproduction of fuel ethanol, industrial enzymes, and pharmaceuticals. It also provides genetic technology for creating plants that are resistant to a wide range of biological and environmental stresses.


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