Researchers design a bioplastic from mango peel, hibiscus, and roasted coffee residues

A group of Mexican researchers has studied the effect of adding the by-products of mango, hibiscus, and coffee in the development of bioplastics made from starch

Starch is a natural polymer and the material most widely used to manufacture biodegradable plastics due to its renewability, availability,…

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University of Guerrero (Universidad Autonoma de Guerrero UAGro)


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