Innovation and partnerships unlock path to commercialization of bioplastics; Cargill acquires dielectric fluids

CO2 -to-chemicals company Oakbio announced it successfully converted flue gas CO2 into bioplastic through its collaboration with Lehigh Southwest Cement Company. Oakbio says it uses a microbial-driven process to convert flue gas into a valuable commodity, providing an alternative to petroleum- and s...

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