Government support for bio-based materials: An indirect driver towards commercialization

We recently attended and spoke at the Bio-Based Chemicals East conference, where we listened to presentations from, and caught up with, a variety of start-ups. One common theme across the start-ups was a new facility in their sights (whether demonstration, pilot, or commercial scale) and a need for ...

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