Retrieved from The Sarnia Journal (Dec 4, 2017) Sarnia-based BioAmber exploring process to make nylon from sugar Troy Shantz Sarnia-based BioAmber is partnering up on a sweet way to make nylon. The company is collaborating with the University of Toronto on a $5.7 million research project to convert sugar into adipic acid, which is a building block of the silky … Read More
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