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Alternative Energy
28th September 2020
Agricultural waste into biopolymers?

Southeast Asian regions are some of the biggest worldwide agriculture producers, as well as the main areas responsible for biomass wastes, such as agricultural residues, wood biomass, animal waste and municipal solid waste, while also producing, millions of tonnes of single use plastics.

Alternative Energy
20th August 2020
Women in Africa at the forefront of materials innovation

A packaging deal with an ethical skincare manufacturer signals the start of an exciting new partnership for Teysha Technologies. The company, who has pioneered a naturally derived 'second generation bioplastic', has signed up to work with the Kind Planet Company in a move that supports the global empowerment of women and minorities in marginalised African communities and its desire to purge the oceans of plastic waste.

Alternative Energy
19th August 2020
The broken promises of plastic substitutes

From paper straws and cotton bags to paper composite drinks cartons and glass bottles, environmental concerns have driven several changes in the food and packaging industry, in recent years. Many of these shifts have emerged as a knee-jerk reaction to consumer anti-plastic sentiment, but these abrupt alterations are not as environmentally-sound as they might first appear. Here, Dr Ashlee Jahnke, Research Director of biodegradable biopla...

Industrial
28th May 2020
Is polymer research the answer to plastic substitutes?

From paper straws and cotton bags to paper composite drinks cartons and glass bottles, environmental concerns have driven several changes in the food and packaging industry, in recent years. Many of these shifts have emerged as a knee-jerk reaction to consumer anti-plastic sentiment, but these abrupt alterations are not as environmentally-sound as they might first appear. Here, Dr Ashlee Jahnke, Research Director of biodegradable bioplastics...

Renewables
21st January 2019
New polymer technology could reduce plastic pollution

Following years of research, Teysha Technologies has developed a natural polycarbonate platform that can create fully biodegradable substitutes for existing petroleum-based plastics. The bioplastic, AggiePol, is derived from sustainable feedstocks and can be physically, mechanically and chemically tuned to suit the needs of its intended application. The versatile material could replace the traditional plastic used in the automotive industry and m...

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