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Bio-based material

A material made from living matter, such as agricultural crops. Bio-based materials are usually biodegradable.
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"The basic science of bio-based materials and chemicals has advanced to the point that dozens of chemicals can now be produced from multiple feedstocks, at costs that are competitive with petroleum, at least in theory and at scale," said Julia Allen, Lux Research analyst and the lead author of the report titled, "Cultivating Capacity for Bio-based Materials and Chemicals through 2017." "As a result, bio-based material and chemical manufacturers continue to expand and diversify into new feedstock types, product types, and geographical areas."
His research interests include the durability of polymers and coatings, adhesion, corrosion protection, bio-based materials, and art conservation.
"We are exploring global partnerships to develop supply chains to provide us with bio-based materials to help achieve our long term goal.
Will the next decade bring the same success for PHAs and other bio-based materials? Polymer trade name Composition Ecoflex Biodegradable aliphatic- aromatic (BASF) copolyester: Terephthalic acid (22%), 1,4-butanediol (50%) and adipic acid (28%) Biomax Hydro/biodegradable aliphatic-aromatic (DuPont) copolyester: ethylene glycol, diethylene glycol 85% terephthalic acid ~ 15 % adipic acid sulfo isophthalic acid CelGreen PH Homopolyester: Poly ([epsilon]- (Daicel Chemical caprolactone) Industry Ltd.) LACEA/Nature WorksPLA Homopolyester: Poly(L-lactic acid) (Mitsui Chem.
This technology represents a further addition to Genencor's bio-based materials platform.
Request Sample Report @ https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-gb-7384 There are numerous factors in the market that can act as a primary driving forces for the expansion of polyethylene furanoate market such as intense pressure in the bottle beverage industry to reduce down the solid waste generated through polyester bottle scraps, regulation imposed by the government to reduce the landfill cost and growing preference of the end users towards the usage of bio-based materials. Also, numerous initiatives taken by R&D specialist players to produce and commercialize polyethylene furanoate based bottles is expected to fuel the polyethylene furanoate market.
AMADEus (http://amadeus.labex.u-bordeaux.fr) aims to federate the efforts of 35 research teams belonging to 12 laboratories of the University of Bordeaux, to lead projects of excellence in research, training and transfer in the targeted challenges of (i) organic electronics, (ii) self-assembled metamaterials and (iii) bioactive and bio-based materials, drawing on cross-functional skills such as chemistry and process durable, the physics of soft matter and virtual materials.
By connecting its unique competences in life sciences and materials sciences, the company delivers solutions that nourish, protect and improve performance in global markets including food and dietary supplements, personal care, feed, medical devices, automotive, paints, life protection, alternative energy and bio-based materials.
In order to achieve such growth in bio-based materials, the material must be able to meet application-specific performance while maintaining a competitive cost structure.
The report, titled "Cellulosic Chemicals and Fuels Race to Compete with First-Gen Sugar Economics," is part of the Lux Research Alternative Fuels Intelligence and the Bio-based Materials and Chemicals Intelligence services.
Many of the companys ingredients are grown in the province and its products are manufactured with bio-based materials such as soybean oil, cashew nut oil and recycled eggshells.
Royal DSM a science-based Dutch company that delivers innovative solutions that nourish, protect and improve performance in global markets, including food and dietary supplements, personal care, feed, medical devices, automotive, paints, electrical and electronics, life protection, alternative energy as well as bio-based materials.