Renewable biomaterials poised to help paper and packaging consumers and manufacturers

We recently spoke with David Plackett, a Senior Scientist in the Solar Energy Programme of Risø National Laboratory at the Technical University of Denmark. Despite the name of the program, David’s work focuses not on solar cells but on bioplastics. In particular, he told us his group is developing n...

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