DSM opens biotechnology center in Delft

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April 10 2017 06:37
DSM opens biotechnology center in Delft

Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in health, nutrition and materials, has opened a state-of-the-art biotechnology facility at its site in Delft (The Netherlands).

The 'Rosalind Franklin Biotechnology Center' is to accelerate DSM’s biotechnology research and development capabilities for applications in food and nutrition, feed, fuel, pharma and bio-based materials. The completion of this biotechnology center is part of a €100 million investment program by DSM to scale up R&D in the Netherlands since 2013. The center, which offers the broadest range of biotechnology specializations under one DSM roof, clusters innovation, housing over 400 research and developments experts and builds on a solid history of nearly 150 years of fermentation and biotechnology innovation in Delft.

History of Rosalind Franklin Biotechnology Center


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