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Cereplast applies for patent on algae-based plastic

8:01 AM MDT | March 19, 2013 | Rebecca Coons

Cereplast says it filed a patent application on 15 March with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for algae biocontent polymers. Cereplast's new patent filing falls in line with their overall intellectual property strategy and specifically protects its innovations on algae-related material. This patent application is the result of several years of formulation and process development by the Cereplast research and development team. The company first introduced the concept of bioplastics made with algae in 2009; commercialized Biopropylene 109D in...

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