Novomer partners with Albermarle and Eastman Kodak on $18.4 million project

Carbon dioxide-based polymer developer Novomer recently announced that it won a $18.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to convert carbon dioxide into polycarbonates with partners Albermale and Eastman Kodak. The announcement comes on the heels of other big-dollar agreements (see the ...

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