'New tailor-made biopolymers produced from lignocellulosic sugars waste for highly demanding fire-resistant applications'


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  Descubren bacteria para producir plástico biodegradable
  Cayley project develops new green composite for transport sector
  Collaboration with Samsung Fine Chemicals formalised / Aim to expand global market for PHA-based biopolymers
  Research and Markets: Global PHA Market - 2013 Report Featuring Metabolix, Meredian, Biomer, Tianjin GreenBio Materials, Shenzhen Ecomann Technology, And Others
  High Barrier Food Packaging Film from Nanostructured Natural Materials
  bio-on Develops 100% Biodegradable Bioplastic PHAs to Create Scaffolds to Regenerate Human Bones
  Thyssen Krupp invests into production processes for biodegradable plastics
  Building a biobased future for Europe: 8th European Bioplastics Conference programme preview
  Bioplastics going strong in automotive sector
  Research and Markets: Production and Market of Succinic Acid in China
  4th International Conference on Biodegradable Polymers and Sustainable Composites (BIOPOL-2013)
  Development of active, intelligent and sustainable food PACKaging using PolybutyleneSUCCInate
  Flame-retardant waterproof stretchable composite fabric
  Physical and mechanical characterization of jute reinforced soy composites
  Effect of low‐concentration alkali solution pretreatment on the properties of bamboo particles reinforced poly(lactic acid) composites (pages 1667–1674)
  Poly(butylene succinate)/layered double hydroxide bionanocomposites: Relationships between chemical structure of LDH anion, delamination strategy, and final properties (pages 1931–1940)
  Thermal and structural characterization of biodegradable blends filled with halloysite nanotubes (pages 1460–1470)
  Organomodification of montmorillonite and its effects on the properties of poly(butylene succinate) nanocomposites (pages 1947–1957)
  Non‐isothermal crystallization kinetics and morphology of mica particles filled biodegradable poly(butylene succinate) (pages 2544–2556)
  Electrospun aligned PHBV/collagen nanofibers as substrates for nerve tissue engineering (pages 2775–2784)
  Biodegradability of PP/PHBV (70/30) Blend Films
  Thermal degradation of poly(3‐hydroxybutyrate) and poly(3‐hydroxybutyrate‐co‐3‐hydroxyvalerate) in drying treatment (pages 3659–3667)
  Dynamic mechanical thermal analysis of biocomposites based on PLA and PHBV—A comparative study to PP counterparts (pages 3175–3183)
  Biocomposite membranes of sodium alginate and silk fibroin fibers for biomedical applications (pages 3451–3457)
  Preparation and characterization of electrospun PLA/nanocrystalline cellulose‐based composites (pages 3345–3354)
  Graphene‐reinforced biodegradable poly(ethylene succinate) nanocomposites prepared by in situ polymerization (pages 3212–3220)
  Effect of prior photodegradation on the biodegradation of polypropylene/poly(3‐hydroxybutyrate) blends (pages 2109–2122)
  Comparison of covalent and noncovalent interactions of carbon nanotubes on the crystallization behavior and thermal properties of poly(3‐hydroxybutyrate‐co‐3‐hydroxyvalerate) (pages 4299–4307)
  Enhanced mechanical and thermal properties of biodegradable poly(butylene succinate‐co‐adipate)/graphene oxide nanocomposites via in situ polymerization (pages 4075–4080)
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration