Enzymic polymerisation, characterisation and market evaluation of a set of novel bioplastic co-polymers derived from renewable resources.
The materials substitution project aims to develop green routes from bio-based platform molecules to polymerisable monomers and then to develop a wide variety of polymers from these.
Integrated energy efficient microwave and unique fermentation processes for pilot scale production of high value chemicals from lignocellulosic waste funding.
The aim of this project is develop a whole systems understanding of unavoidable food supply chain waste for re-nutrition.
Pilot plant production of controlled doped nanoporous carbonaceous materials for energy and catalysis applications.
Sustainability Transition Assessment and Research of Bio-based Products.
REnewable SOLVEnts with high performance in applications and improved toxicity profiles.
For details on past projects of the GCCE, see: