Norner announces carbon dioxide-based polymer project

Norway-based Norner Innovation provides R&D services, focusing on polymers. For example, with 25 million NOK in funding from the Norwegian Research Council and corporations Yara and Superfos, Norner started a carbon-dioxide-based polymer research project in February 2009. Managing Director Tine Rorv...

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