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TAPPI Journal Summaries, Paper360º July/August 2020

TAPPI Journal Summaries, Paper360º July/August 2020

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TAPPI Journal Summaries, Paper360º May/June 2018

TAPPI Journal Summaries, Paper360º May/June 2018

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TAPPI Journal Summaries, Paper360º January/February 2017

TAPPI Journal Summaries, Paper360º January/February 2017

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Papermakers’ Top Issues on Docket for PaperCon 2020, Paper360º March/April 2020

Papermakers’ Top Issues on Docket for PaperCon 2020, Paper360º March/April 2020

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TAPPI News, Paper360º May/June 2018

TAPPI News, Paper360º May/June 2018

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Scaling Up Nanotech for the Pulp and Paper Industry, Paper36

Scaling Up Nanotech for the Pulp and Paper Industry, Paper360º March/April 2017

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Unlocking Product Potential with Renewable Nanomaterials, Paper360º March/April 2019

Unlocking Product Potential with Renewable Nanomaterials, Paper360º March/April 2019

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Ford Goes Further with Renewable Nanomaterials, Paper360º May/June 2018

Ford Goes Further with Renewable Nanomaterials, Paper360º May/June 2018

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Nanocellulose in Japan: An industrial perspective, TAPPI Journal April 2019

ABSTRACT: With the maturing of Japan’s economy, domestic demand for paper and paperboard is more likely to level off in the long term. Japanese paper companies are accelerating overseas production, especially in the emerging Asian markets, while strengthening competitiveness of domestic mills and developing new products. In Japan, we have always focused on emerging technologies and driving innovation in the pulp and paper industry. As a business definition, innovation does not equal innovative technology. Innovative technology can become innovation only when it is commercialized and used in industry.

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Papermaking properties of bacterial nanocellulose produced from mother of vinegar, a waste product after classical vinegar production, TAPPI Journal April 2020

ABSTRACT: Bacterial nanocellulose (BNC) has gained a lot of attention in recent years due to its nano-size-derived properties. Although it is essentially chemically similar to plant-derived cellulose, it has smaller size and is enriched in free hydroxyl groups, which greatly improve mechanical properties of reinforced paper. However, although BNC has some unique features, it comes at a high price. In this paper, we introduce a new solution for BNC production. We have isolated bacterial nanocellulose directly from agro-industrial waste—mother of vinegar—and used it in the production of paper sheets. We show here that paper sheets made with the addition of only 10% bacterial nanocellulose from mother of vinegar substantially improved basic mechanical as well as printing properties of paper.