Made in Canada design uses local wood fibres and can be produced in BC
Alberta Innovates' long-term and ongoing support for cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) research and commercialization has yielded a made-in-Alberta discovery involving CNC-infused biofilm that could revolutionize treatment of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in medical facilities everywhere.
The fashion industry has taken a battering in recent years for its eco-credentials, so how can we shop more sustainably? Jussi Piira, product manager at Stora Enso discusses more.
The organizations behind BioDesign are thrilled to announce the launch of the website, www.canadabiodesign.com