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Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation Signs Memorandum of Understanding for Strategic Partnership With Genomatica for Sustainable Chemicals in Asia
Date:4/28/2011

.com/products/bio-bdo/">Bio-BDO, through a strategic partnership with Tate & Lyle.  BDO, an intermediate chemical with a $4 billion market worldwide, is used to make spandex, automotive plastics, running shoes and more.  

Genomatica's integrated bio-process engineering platform and extensive intellectual property allow it to rapidly develop organisms and processes to produce dozens of the most significant intermediate and basic chemicals from renewable feedstocks, like sugars, and later, from biomass and syngas.  

Genomatica has raised $84 million from investors including Alloy Ventures, Bright Capital, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Mohr Davidow Ventures, TPG Biotech, VantagePoint Venture Partners and Waste Management.  

About Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation

Mitsubishi Chemical Group is Japan's major chemical group and offers a wide variety of products and solutions in three business domains – performance products, health care, and chemicals.

We believe "Sustainability", "Health", and "Comfort" are the key words in the 21st century society, and we aim to amalgamate our lineup of products and technologies into the power of "Chemistry" to greatly contribute to solving the problems that our global society faces.


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