Iranian Researchers Use Nanotechnology to Accelerate Wound Healing

Researchers of Amirkabir University of Technology can speed up wound healing process through extracting cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) from waste cotton stalks and then incorporated into electrospun gelatin nanofibers.

Iranian Researcher Develops Plant-Based Eco-Friendly Foam

Researchers at Washington State University have developed a new plant-based foam consists of about 75 percent cellulose nanocrystals.

Iranian Innovator Makes 100% Biodegradable One-Way Dishes Made of Leaves

A Startup in Germany, ran by an Iranian innovator, is making the most biodegradable plates on the planet.

Iranian Researchers Make Paper From Soda Bagasse Pulp

Iranian researchers have investigated the effects of cationic starch in the presence of cellulose nanofibrils on structural, optical and strength properties of paper from soda bagasse pulp.

Researchers Discover New Cellulose that Could Cut Fuel Costs & Treat Infections

Researchers from Stanford University have discovered a new type of cellulose in bacteria that has properties that could make it an improvement over traditional cellulose for fuels and other materials, or for better understanding and treating bacterial infections.

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