ABE researcher leads bioplastics software development

There is growing interest in finding renewable products that can be substituted for petrochemicals in a myriad of applications. While biobased plastics are seen as more environmentally preferable, clearly they won’t be used commercially unless it can be determined they are economically viable.

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