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In New York, a Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) researcher received a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to lead a study on bacteria...

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Ever Dream of Testing Biochemical Reactions in 10,000 Different Conditions at the Same Time?

In Japan, it may have taken two years, but researchers have made it possible to test a biochemical reaction in 10,000 different conditions faster...

Would You Like That in Plastic or Bioplastic? Braskem Providing Bakery with Biobased Packaging

In Sweden, Polarbröd, the country’s third largest bakery, decided to replace the usual oil based plastic films and packaging with the greener biobased bio-polyethylene...

Keep Those Crab and Shrimp Shells for Biomedical Purposes

In Portugal, researchers have now given us a reason to keep those crab and shrimp shells after consuming the deliciousness inside. Three researchers at...

Cutting Carbon in Canada: Ingenuity Gets to Next Round of Carbon XPRIZE

In Canada, Ingenuity Lab Carbon Solutions advanced to the next round of the $20 million NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE. The prize was created to...

Biomaterial Medical Devices Company TEPHA Buys-Out Royalty Obligation

In Massachusetts, TEPHA Inc. completed a buy-out of its royalty obligation to Metabolix, Inc., its former licensor and parent company. TEPHA develops implantable medical...

Performance is more important than maximizing biobased content: ORNL

In Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory has prioritized performance over renewable content in its efforts to develop a thermoplastic based on lignin. ORNL originally...

Boeing, SpaceX race to be decided by microbial engineering: report

The race between Boeing and Elon Musk’s SpaceX to put the first human on Mars may not be decided by who can build the...

Ford putting bioplastics in the driver’s seat

In Michigan, Ford Motor’s use of bioplastics in vehicles is set to grow despite technical hurdles and low oil prices. Debbie Mielewski Ford’s senior technical...

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