• Spinnova develops textile fibers made from microfibrillated cellulose from undissolved paper-grade wood pulp and waste streams; the continuous filament is formed via a mechanical process involving fiber suspension flows and rheology, where the filament can be cut down to staple fibers of any leng...

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