Nanocellulose fibers are used to create biomaterial fabric

May 22nd, 2023

The biomaterial is made from nanocellulose fibers. Photo: Modern Synthesis.  Biotechnology company Modern Synthesis has developed a biomaterial from bacterial fermentation that can be used to create a low-carbon alternative to traditional clothing fabrics. The biomaterial was developed in the company's London lab by growing nanocellulose (a lightweight material produced by bacteria) on a framework […]

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Finnish cellulose project enters second phase

June 19th, 2015

Research to develop new biomaterial applications within the Design Driven Value Chains in the World of Cellulose (DWoC) 2.0 project has entered its second phase. The effort is coordinated by the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., an Espoo-based research and technology company. Textile applications, such as 3D printing of cellulose, are being developed […]

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