Sarawak Biovalley a step closer to reality following signing of operational MOU

December 30, 2019 |

In Malaysia, the New Straits Times newspaper reports that the planned Sarawak Biovalley is now a step closer to reality following signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Sarawak Research and Development Council and Curtin Biovalley Sdn Bhd (CBV), a subsidiary of Curtin Malaysia, who will manage, operate and maintain the Sarawak Biovalley. The project is meant to not only be an R&D center but a place that connects research with commercial production with a focus on the creation of new bioproducts in the heart of Malaysia’s oil palm region.

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