c2renew, a spin-out of North Dakota State University, completes the transfer of biocomposite creation technology from the university.

A biocomposite material creating technology, Fargo, is to be transferred to US-based spin-out c2renew following the conclusion of a license agreement with North Dakota State University (NDSU) Research Foundation.

The technology was developed by NDSU associate professor Dr Chad Ulven and his research team, and can be deployed anywhere commodity thermoplastics are used, but has typically been used in an agricultural setting so far. The green technology incorporates agricultural by-products into plastics, and can improve stiffness, strength, heat resistance, and dimensional…

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