Dow AgroSciences, Synpromics collaborate developing proprietary technology plant science
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Dow AgroSciences, Synpromics to develop plant science technology

9:50 AM, 4th October 2013
developing proprietary technology for application in plant science by Dow AgroSciences, Synpromics

INDIANAPOLIS, US/EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND: Synpromics, the synthetic promoter company, and Dow AgroSciences, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company, collaborate to develop Synpromics’ proprietary technology for application in plant science. An initial proof of concept project with Dow AgroSciences has commenced to demonstrate the application of Synpromics’ synthetic promoter technology in certain crops.

“This is an important deal for the company that validates the potential value to industry of our proprietary technology. For a start-up such as Synpromics to establish this collaboration with a leading multinational is an exceptional achievement. It is also notable that this is the first time that Dow AgroSciences has partnered with a company in Scotland. Attracting the attention of Dow AgroSciences and other partners with whom we are in dialogue augurs well for the future of the company,” said David Lawrence, Chairman, Synpromics.

 

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