May 2015 is a great month for Deinove! The French company focused on Deinococci bacteria for green chemistry. Deinove reached critical milestone achievements in its industrial collaboration with Avril and their scientists gained major recognition in the US. Deinove is definitely on the front of the stage!
A few days ago, Emmanuel Petiot, CEO of Deinove, declared that “All Deinove teams are proud to collaborate with such great scientists and their contribution to the development of our company is invaluable”
Indeed, Petiot can be proud of its scientists; Miroslav Radman, co-founder and member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the company was elected member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences; and Rodney J. Rothstein, member of Deinove’s Board of Directors since 2010, was also nominated a member of the National Academy of Sciences.