Six innovative bio-based products using materials including cellulose, soy beans and watermelon sugars are on the shortlist for the 2018 Bio-based Material of the Year award.
The innovation award, now in its 11th year, is organised by nova-Institute, an independent research and consultancy institute focusing on the bio- and CO2-based economy. The six materials that made the shortlist were chosen by a jury of Institute representatives, members of the advisory board, and sponsors and... More
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