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Valent BioSciences Names David Luker Business Manager of ESD

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Speciality chemical industry veteran will help lead company's Environmental Science Division.

| August 10, 2012

LIBERTYVILLE, Ill. - Valent BioSciences has named David S. Luker as business manager of the Environmental Science Division (ESD). Luker will report directly to the division's managing director, and will be responsible for market and strategy development for ESD's technologies, the company reports.

Luker has a broad background in the specialty chemical industry that spans almost 30 years. He has held a variety of positions from technical field sales to business management, and he has a degree in agricultural business from Louisiana Tech University, according to Valent.

Learn more about Valent BioSciences at ValentBioSciences.com.

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