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Rothwell, Wolf Elected to Codexis Board
Date:12/12/2007

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Codexis, Inc., a leading developer of clean technology manufacturing processes, today announced two new directors have been named to the company's Board of Directors. Joining the Board are Bill Rothwell, Ph.D., Vice President of Innovation and Chemicals Technology, Shell Global Solutions, a unit of Royal Dutch Shell plc and Dennis Wolf, Executive Vice President and CFO, MySQL, a leading open source database company.

"Our new directors bring valuable expertise to Codexis at an important point in our company's growth," said Alan Shaw, Ph.D., President and Chief Executive Officer. "Bill Rothwell has nearly 30 years experience managing and leading technology innovation at Shell. He joins us as part of our extended collaboration with Shell in biofuels, announced November 6. Dennis Wolf, a seasoned finance executive in high growth public technology companies, will bring Codexis valuable experience and perspective. We are very pleased to welcome both of them to our Board."

Dr. Rothwell is based in Houston and has global responsibility for identifying and leveraging innovation and chemical technology across the Shell Group, including all biodomain research. He sits on both the Shell Global Solutions and Shell Chemicals Leadership Teams. He has a strong technical background combined with extensive experience in strategy and business roles. He joined Shell in 1980 with a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has undergraduate degrees in mathematics and chemistry from Michigan State University.

In his first decade at Shell, Dr. Rothwell worked as a research manager and research chemist at the Westhollow Technology Centre in Houston. In 1990 he moved to Shell's offices in Houston and over the next seven years worked in a number of strategic planning and business assignments. In 1998 he relocated to London and served as Head of Strategy, Planning and Ventures for Sh
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