In search of performance from biomass

Bio-based materials and chemicals (BBMC) often suffer from a bad reputation, universally thought to be of poorer quality or more expensive than their traditional petroleum-based counterparts. While this perception is largely undeserved (more on that below), the checkered history of the BBMC space...

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