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Paper and Productive Learning: The ...
Explore this year's Paper and Productive Learning: The Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report to discover the many ways paper remains essential in today’s technology-fueled culture. Explore this year's Paper and Productive Learning: The Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report to discover the many ways paper remains essential in today’s technology-fueled culture. Explore this year's Paper and Productive Learning: The Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report to discover the many ways paper remains essential in today’s technology-fueled culture. Explore this year's Paper and Productive Learning: The Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report to discover the many ways paper remains essential in today’s technology-fueled culture.
PULP MAGIC BLOG
Cellulose Nanofibers: The Next Big ...
Posted on February 12, 2019

The pulping process that turns wood into paper is an old technology. Really old. Older than eyeglasses. Older than the compass. Older than porcelain, gun powder, and even algebra. But what’s remarkable is that, after nearly two millennia, our industry is still innovating around wood fiber, using cutting edge processes to transform it for use in brand new applications. We’re making products that are lighter and stronger than their predecessors, and building natural, fully biodegradable materials that can replace fossil-fuel derived materials ... The pulping process that turns wood into paper is an old technology. Really old. Older than eyeglasses. Older than the compass. Older than porcelain, gun powder, and even algebra. But what’s remarkable is that, after nearly two millennia, our industry is still innovating around wood fiber, using cutting edge processes to transform it for use in brand new applications. We’re making products that are lighter ... The pulping process that turns wood into paper is an old technology. Really old. Older than eyeglasses. Older than the compass. Older than porcelain, gun powder, and even algebra. But what’s remarkable is that, after nearly two millennia, our industry is still ... The pulping process that turns wood into paper is an old technology. Really old. Older than eyeglasses. Older than the compass. Older than porcelain, gun powder, and even algebra. But what’s remarkable is that, after nearly two millennia, our industry is still innovating around wood fiber, using cutting edge processes ...
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