Here is an excellent 4-minute video produced by TAPPI. It has been around for a while, but it is still very relevant.
The video is focused on the forestry industry, but nanocellulose can be extracted from any lignocellulosic biomass. This would include trees, wheat straw, rice straw, hemp, flax, bamboo, sisal, corn stover and miscanthus to name a few.
At Blue Goose, we focus our efforts on producing cellulose nanocrystals, a specific type of nanocellulose, sometimes referred to as nanocrystalline cellulose, crystalline nanocellulose, cellulose whiskers or cellulose nanowhiskers.
Blue Goose provides companies, universities, and individuals easy access to this exciting new material for research and product development activities without any intellectual property restrictions.
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