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Sorry: adding chemicals to regular plastic to make it biodegradable doesn’t work
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Tomato skin plastic in cars!

Tomato skin plastic in cars!
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by Márton Kardos

Glycix: The first “green” thermosetting plastic

Glycix: The first “green” thermosetting plastic
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by Márton Kardos

Prof. Gadi Rothenberg and Dr Albert Alberts, Researchers of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) developed a biobased and biodegradable resin, called Glycix. According to their story, they were looking for a biofuel and discovered the plastic by chance. The basic ingredients are citric acid and glycerol, two completely natural compounds.

Biodegradable products and conservation
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Novatein: blood bioplastic
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Prepare for a Bioplastics Boom
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Mad Cow Bioplastics
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Producing plastic: an inside look
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Scientists train bacteria to make bioplastics
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Cereplast’s Newsworthy Year
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