USDA Offers $9.6 Million in Biomaterials and Biobased Products Funding

In Washington, DC, there is a new $9.6 million in available funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture....

Romanian Government Proposing Plastic Bag Biomaterial Labeling Law

In Romania, legislators from the various political parties are using as a basis a European Union Directive from 2015 to reduce the use of...

Lenzing Group Gets USDA’s Biobased Product Label for Biochemicals

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Store Enso Constructing New Warehouse to Help Biomass Transportation and Logistics

In Finland, Stora Enso, a pulp and paper biomass producer, is building a 5,950 square meter (64,000 square foot) warehouse facility at the Port...

State of California Energy Commission Awards SEaB Energy Food Waste to Energy Project

In the United Kingdom, SEaB Energy won a contract from the State of California Energy Commission to provide its waste to energy system, called...

NIH Gives $6.25 Million for 3D Bioprinting Collaboration at New Center for Engineering Complex...

In Maryland, the National Institutes of Health gave $6.25 million for the new Texas-based Center for Engineering Complex Tissues. CECT is a collaborative effort...

Two Molecules Offer Insight for Estrogen Driven Breast Cancer Treatment

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New Nanotechnology from Northeastern University to Help Audax Medical Clients

In Massachusetts, Audax Medical, Inc. has a worldwide license from Northeastern University for new nanotechnology of a self-assembling arginine-rich peptide to add to its...

Trapping Autoimmune T Cells Helps Researchers Better Understand Diabetes and Other Autoimmune Diseases

In Massachusetts, researchers from Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering have found...

Ever Wonder About the Germs on Your Doctor’s Stethoscope? Researchers Found a Way to...

In Alabama, researchers at the University of Alabama in Birmingham have found a way to help prevent hospital infections from spreading. While the image...

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