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LS9, Inc., the Renewable Petroleum Company(TM), Adds Key Positions to Executive Team and Scientific Advisory Board
Date:2/6/2008

commercialization," said Robert Walsh, President of LS9. "Both combine exceptional talent with years of experience bringing new products to market, and will extend our leadership position for hydrocarbon biofuels," he said.

In addition, LS9 has expanded its scientific advisory board to further development of Renewable Petroleum(TM) technology with the addition of distinguished scientists Dr. John Cronan and Dr. Uwe Sauer. Dr. Cronan is Alumni Professor of Microbiology and Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and also serves as Head of the Department of Microbiology. He pioneered genetic approaches to understanding the mechanisms and regulation of bacterial lipid metabolism and is a leading expert on fatty acid biosynthesis. Dr. Uwe Sauer is Professor of Systems Biology in the Department of Biology at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. He is a well-recognized expert on central metabolism of bacteria and yeast.

About LS9

LS9, Inc., the Renewable Petroleum Company(TM), is a privately-held biotechnology company and the pioneer in the commercial development of hydrocarbon biofuels. LS9 is pursuing industrial applications of synthetic biology to produce proprietary hydrocarbon biofuels that are compatible with existing fuel distribution and consumer infrastructure. LS9's patent-pending DesignerBiofuels(TM) products are custom engineered in the lab to address immediate market needs for clean energy alternatives to petroleum. The venture capital firms Flagship Ventures, Khosla Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners have provided funding to date. LS9 is headquartered in San Carlos, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley. http://www.ls9.com.


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