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Unilever, University Of Liverpool Partner To Develop Renewable Chemicals For Manufacturing Applications

August 22, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever partnered with the University of Liverpool to launch a research project aimed at developing the next generation of renewable chemicals from biomass. Chemicals that would be developed would be used in the manufacture of the consumer goods giant's home and personal care product lines. With emphasis on developing chemicals from the surplus sugars, fats, oils, and carbohydrates produced as by-products and forestry wastes, the project will create a center of excellence in the identification of renewable ingredients, the partners said. To be located at the University of Liverpool, the project center will employ rapid high-throughput research methods.
"Scientists to develop renewable chemicals for products of the future", Unilever, August 22, 2013, © Unilever
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