Scientist Create Environmentally-friendly Alternative to Polystyrene Foam

Scientist Create Environmentally-friendly Alternative to Polystyrene Foam

Amir Ameli and Xiao Zhang of Washington State University have created a more environmentally-friendly alternative to polystyrene foam (better known as Styrofoam) which performs better than Styrofoam as an insulator and can support up to 200 times its own weight without losing its shape.

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Carbon Nanotubes Produced using Renewable Biomass

Carbon Nanotubes Produced using Renewable Biomass

Scientists from the University of Science and Technology Liaoning, China have published a report in Energy Conversion and Management that demonstrates the use of renewable biomass for production of carbon nanotubes (CNTs).

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Over 600 Organizations in 43 Countries Purchased Cellulose Nanomaterials!

Over 600 Organizations in 43 Countries Purchased Cellulose Nanomaterials!

In a testament to the exciting commercial opportunities that exist for cellulose nanomaterials, the University of Maine Process Development Center (PDC) recently reported that since 2013 they have distributed over 4 tons of cellulose nanomaterials (CNM) to over 600 organizations worldwide, including over 300 companies and 275 universities.

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