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Two new UBC start-ups fight plastic pollution

Summary by Ground News
Two new ventures made up of University of B.C. researchers are working on solutions to the ecological crisis. One is Bioform Technologies, a UBC start-up that turns kelp and wood fibre into compostable bioplastic. The other is A2O Advanced Materials Inc., which is testing self-healing polymers that can prolong the life of industrial materials.
1 month ago·Vancouver, Canada

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Two new UBC start-ups fight plastic pollution

Bioform Technologies has created a compostable bioplastic from kelp and wood fibre while A2O Advanced Materials Inc. has developed a new chemical compound that…

1 month ago·Vancouver, Canada
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