The Art of Route Scouting

by David

In the last webinar we discussed why biocatalysis is a technology that can help you solve your current chemistry challenges.  Useful enzymes are readily available from various sources for screening and process development, which has shortened timelines for implementation. Directed evolution has increased confidence in the practicality of biocatalysts to be optimized as needed for scale-up and commercial manufacturing. We showed several examples of how biocatalysis had been used successfully to solve chemical synthesis problems and bring the dual benefits of lower cost and greater sustainability.
Bottom line: Biocatalysis is a viable option now for many chemical transformations.
So, how do you get started to capitalize on the benefits of biocatalysis?
The first step is Route Scouting: identifying and prioritizing the best options for applying enzyme-catalyzed steps.
Our next webinar—The Art of Route Scouting—will show you exactly how Route Scouting is done. As with the previous webinar, this presentation is absolutely free to attend, and you can do so from the convenience of your computer, phone, or mobile device.
Please register for “The Art of Route Scouting” on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 9:00 AM PDT at:
I look forward to seeing you online on June 24th.

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Dwayne June 8, 2015 at 2:47 am

Donkey Kong was developed by Nintendo R&D1 as part of the Game & Watch Multi Screen series, featuring two LCD display screens.

Some of the stories are an adult experience, so mostly both adults and children can appreciate those movies.
There are over 50 unique heroes, each coming up with four unique skills and characteristics that you can collect along with the team members to upgrade your units and destroy the enemies.

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