Thinking Outside the Box: Identifying Materials Innovations in Packaging

Packaging industry requires innovations, but consumer preferences present complex dichotomies between performance and packaging waste. Emerging developers are targeting new materials that improve performance and/or end-of-life. In this report, we analyze emerging additives, coatings, thermal managem...

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