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Microbia, Inc. Names Alex Chu as Vice President of Process Development
Date:5/27/2009

Microbia, Inc. (formerly Microbia Precision Engineering), an emerging leader in the production of sustainable, specialty ingredients and biomaterials from fermentation technology, announced that Alex Chu has joined the company as vice president of process development. Alex is the former vice president of manufacturing and process development for Bristol-Myers Squibb and will lead Microbia's process development and manufacturing initiatives. For more information about Microbia, please go to www.microbia.com.

Lexington, Mass. (PRWEB) May 27, 2009 -- Microbia, Inc. (formerly Microbia Precision Engineering) has appointed Alex Chu as vice president of process development. Dr. Chu's responsibilities will include directing all process development activities from laboratories to commercial manufacturing, including the launch of Microbia's pipeline of naturally derived carotenoids for the human and animal food ingredient and nutritional supplement markets.

"Microbia is thrilled to welcome Alex to the Microbia team to lead the process development and manufacturing of our pipeline of innovative, cost-effective food ingredients and biomaterials," said Richard Bailey, Ph.D., CEO of Microbia. "Alex brings a wealth of experience in biomanufacturing and process development, along with a unique combination of science and management expertise that will facilitate our delivery of commercially viable products to the market."

"I'm pleased to be a part of Microbia's strong leadership team," said Dr. Chu. "I look forward to the opportunity to help Microbia advance as a leader in the commercialization of a new generation of innovative, sustainable, high value ingredients
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