Synthetic biology startup Lygos raises $13 million from OS Fund and IA Ventures to make cleaner chemicals

 Lygos uses microbugs to convert low-cost sugar into specialty chemicals used in manufacturing and is now releasing a technique to make malic acid, an ingredient needed in the mass production of electronics. To do so, the company announced today it has raised $13 million in Series A funding lead by OS Fund and IA Ventures, with participation from First Round Capital, Y Combinator’s… Read More
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