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New eco-friendly microbeads could save oceans, rather than destroy them
Researchers are working on designs to help sop up pollutants.
Your Next Condom Could Be Made Of Grass
As strong as latex and as thin as a human hair
Now You Can 3D-Print Objects Made Of Wood Fibers
Cellulose offers sustainable alternative to metal and plastic
We Could Eat Trees: Scientists Turn Inedible Plant Cellulose Into Starchy Snack
Turning plant byproducts into digestible carbs could feed more people.
New Flexible Cellulose Aerogel is Both a Magnetic Sponge and a Super-Strong ‘Nanopaper’
Cellulose isn’t new – it’s been around as long as woody plants have – and aerogels aren’t either. But when … Continued
This Tiny Crustacean Menace Could Fuel the World
They don’t exactly look like the saviors of our energy economy, but that’s exactly what some researchers think they could … Continued
The Future of Cellulosic Ethanol is Green
Forget corn; we'll get fuel from all the other stuff, says DOE