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- 17/08/2018SONGWON appoints Sea-Land Chemical Company as exclusive distributor for North America
- 15/08/2018SABIC and Nottingham Spirk accelerate innovations with specialty materials
- 14/08/2018Orchard raises $150m to advance gene therapies
- 14/08/2018BASF and Lufthansa start in-service-evaluation of innovative water scavenger for jet fuels
- 14/08/2018CropLife America and Corteva issue statement on chlorpyrifos ban
- 14/08/2018Omyapharm enlightens formulations
- 14/08/2018Catalent completes aquisition of Juniper Pharmaceuticals
- 13/08/2018Eurofins Agroscience Services acquires testing facility in France
- 13/08/2018Dr Hong Zhu promoted to Senior VP of R&D at BioConsortia
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