Braskem teams up with The Philadelphia Eagles in 9-year partnership

In Pennsylvania, Braskem, a leading biopolymer producer and the largest polypropylene producer in the Americas, is entering into a nine-year sustainability-focused partnership with The...

Storopack highlights biobased, certified packaging products

In Germany, Storopack is emphasizing their vegetable starch based PELASPAN BIO product which is EN 13432 certified to European standard, as well as their...

NASA gets SYNLawn biobased lawn system at visitor complex

In Florida, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is getting a new lawn from SYNLawn, the only artificial grass manufacturer with a complete plant-based...

Hope for fatal bone disease patients with biomaterial scaffold

In Italy, a team of researchers developed a biocompatible scaffold seeded with molecule-releasing stem cells that, when implanted in mice with a rare but...

India is looking to revive jute industry

In India, a centuries-old textile manufacturing process is being revived by the need for greener materials. Indian officials are pushing to reopen jute factories that...

Apparel company selects biomaterial startup for pain-relieving yarns

In North Carolina, Textile-Based Delivery Inc., a biomaterials platform technology company, and Kentwool Performance Apparel, a wool sock brand, joined forces to develop a...

UVA team designs new squid-inspired technology for smart materials

In Virginia, University of Virginia mechanical engineers and materials scientists, in collaboration with materials scientists at Penn State, the University of Maryland and the...

S&W expands sorghum breeding effort with NexSteppe germplasm acquisition

In California, S&W Seed Company announced the integration of proprietary sorghum germplasm in the U.S. and Brazil that it previously acquired from NexSteppe, Inc....

New genetic plant breeding strategies help develop better sugar beets

In Ireland, plant biotechnologists from the Ryan Institute at NUI Galway identified genetic breeding strategies to develop bigger and better sugar beets. For crops...

High expectations: Illinois okays hemp cultivation

In Illinois, Governor Bruce Rauner has signed a bill to allow cannabis cultivation for industrial purposes such as fabrics, plastics, and construction materials. The Industrial...

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