Sustainable Biotech: R&D from Portugal to the World

Amyris has a vision of making the best products available to everyone and helping humanity while doing so. Its technological capacity and continuous innovation, allows the company to thrive in the front line with sustainability. John Melo comes to tell us why this greater purpose and why he works in the research area in Portugal, in the company of Manuela Pintado, responsible for the Amyris research group at the Catholic University in Biotechnology.

With John Melo and Manuela Pintado at Crédito Agrícola Communities Stage, October 23rd, Lisbon.

This was one of the hundreds of sessions of Planetiers World Gathering 2020, happening on October 22nd and 23rd at Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal.


Manuela Pintado
Manuela Pintado

Associate Director of the College of Biotechnology of Universidade Católica Portuguesa, and Associate Professor, Director of CBFQ (Centre of Biotechnology and Fine Chemistry)

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