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Newly identified microbial process could reduce toxic methylmercury levels


A team led by the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory has identified a novel microbial process that can break down toxic methylmercury in the environment, a fundamental scientific discovery that could potentially reduce mercury toxicity levels and support health and risk ...


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Screening truffles for radioactivity 30 years from Chernobyl


Some forest mushrooms, such as wild porcini, can accumulate dangerous levels of radioactivity from the soils they grow in. But until now it was unclear if the same was true for truffles, fungi that range among the most expensive foods in the world. Swiss and German researchers have analysed ...


DSM to acquire Vitatene S.A.U. to expand position in natural carotenoids


Royal DSM announced that it has signed an agreement with P&R Group (Italy) to acquire Vitatene S.A.U., based in León (Spain), a producer of natural carotenoids. The acquisition of Vitatene allows DSM to strengthen the natural carotenoids offerings of its nutrition business as consumer demand for ...


DSM announces management changes


Royal DSM N.V. announced the following management changes: Mr. Mauricio Adade, at present President, Human Nutrition & Health (HNH) of DSM Nutritional Products, has been appointed Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) as per 1 May 2010. In this position he will report to Stephan Tanda, Member of the DSM ...


DSM to further explore growth opportunities in China


Royal DSM N.V. announced that the contracts to establish nutrition and anti-infectives joint ventures in China with North China Pharmaceutical Group Corporation Ltd. (NCPC) are suspended. DSM will continue its search for partners in China as the company prepares for further growth in the country, ...


DSM opens third premix plant in China to support further growth


Royal DSM N.V. announced that DSM Nutritional Products has opened its third premix plant in China. The new facility allows DSM to serve a larger geographical area in China. This enables the company to capitalize on opportunities that arise from the rapidly growing animal nutrition & health ...


DSM to sell Special Products to Arsenal Capital as first divestment following accelerated Vision 2010


Royal DSM N.V. has reached an agreement in principle with Arsenal Capital Partners (United States) on the sale of DSM Special Products BV. It is the first divestment following the accelerated Vision 2010 strategy. The transaction is expected to close in early Q2 2008, subject to regulatory and ...


DSM prepares for further growth of manufacturing in China


Royal DSM N.V. announced that it will restructure the manufacturing activities of DSM Nutritional Products in China and develop the Xinghuo site, Shanghai as a strategic manufacturing base for DSM. As a result of this restructuring, the Gonglu site, also located in Shanghai, will be closed. At ...


DSM invests EUR 2 million in Finnish genetic discovery company


DSM Venturing, the corporate venturing unit of Royal DSM N.V., announced that it has made an equity investment of EUR 2 million in Jurilab Oy, a Finnish company specialized in the discovery of gene-disease associations and their application to healthcare. Following investments in Sciona and ...


DSM Announces Management Appointments


Royal DSM N.V. announces the following management appointments which will take effect on 1 January 2008. The handover of responsibilities will take place in the fourth quarter of 2007. Jos Schneiders (1951) will be appointed as President DSM Netherlands BV and DSM Limburg BV. In this position ...


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