The prestigious journal "Compounding Word" has published an article in which examines some of the latest developments in biopolymer modification, including the work of Condensia in developing solutions to overcome some of the limitations of PLA, as well as other biopolymers.

Bioplastics will only become a real aternative to traditional polymers made from non-renewable sources when their performance reaches the same level, and for many applications this is not yet the case. However, si... Read More...

Published at 03 Mar, 2020

It has been published an article on "Shape memory effect on electropun PLA-based fibers tailoring their thermal response" which highlights the behavior of PLA oligomers (OLAs) to obtain a material suitable for use in potential biomedical applications.

The research has been carried out by the R&D Department of Condensia with the Institute of Polymer Science and Technology ICTP-CSIC of Madrid (Spain).

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Published at 13 Jen, 2020

The prestigious Elsevier "Carbohydrate Polymers" has published the article "Combined effect of cellulose nanocrystals, carvacrol and oligomeric lactic acid in PLA_PHB polymeric films" co-wrtitten by our technical manager as a result of the R&D carried out by Condensia.

Carbohydrate Polymers is a major journal within the field of glycoscience and covers the study and exploitation of polysaccharides wich h... Read More...

Published at 31 Oct, 2019

A new article has been published "PLA-based plasticized nanocomposites: Effect of polymer/plasticizer/filler interactions on the time evolution of properties", on the research carried out by the R+D+i Department of Condensia with the Istituto Polimeri, Compositi e Biomateriali of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche d'Italia in Pozzuoli (Italy).

The article highlight an interesting improvement in the stability over time if mechanical and transport properties, r... Read More...

Published at 30 Jul, 2018

It has been published an article on "MMT and LDH organ-modification with surfactants tairlored for PLA nanocomposites", that highlights the use of our lactic acid functionalized oligomers as a compatibilizer between polymer matrices and nanostructured fillers.

The research was carried out by the R&D&i Department of Condensia with the Istituto di Chimica dei Composti OrganomMetallici CNR of Pisa (Italy), the Istituto per i Processi ChimicoFisici CNR of Pisa (Italy) an... Read More...

Published at 28 Mar, 2017
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