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Renewable petroleum company selects data management solution

LS9, a San Francisco-based company producing renewable petroleum products, has selected ActivityBase XE, from IDBS, to provide a core data management platform, enabling scientists to manage and analyse diverse data sets.

LS9 is developing cellular processes for the production of its renewable petroleum products. ActivityBase will allow scientists to capture, store, secure and share research data within a flexible environment.

Neil Kipling, founder and CEO of IDBS, commented: 'This is a fantastic application of our ActivityBase Suite. LS9 is a pioneer within the biofuels industry and its renewable petroleum products offer the potential to fundamentally change the transportation fuels landscape.'

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