Innovations in Biorubber - Industrial Bioprocessing TOE

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This Industrial Bioprocessing TOE features innovations in biorubber. The production of biopolybutadiene from completely renewable feedstock and extraction from the guayule plant leads to the creation of biorubber, which exhibits good compatibility with industrial rubber producing standards. These alternative resources cater the growing market demand for natural rubber resources. The Industrial Bioprocessing TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, processes and strategic insights of industries involving bioprocessing, including innovations in the development and production of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, alternative fuels, chemical feedstocks, food and beverages,

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Innovations in Biorubber - Industrial Bioprocessing TOEIntroductionBiorubber – Advanced Biocompatible Elastomer Strategic PerspectivesRecent InnovationsGuayule as a Sustainable Natural Rubber SourceJoint Venture for Producing Biorubber from Renewable FeedstocksHarvesting Desert Shrubs to Attain Sustainability in Tire Manufacturing Green Extraction Technologies for Natural Rubber AlternativesOpportunities in BiorubberStrategic Perspectives – Technology RoadmapKey Patents and ContactsKey Patents Related to Guayule-based BiorubberKey Patents Related to Guayule-based Biorubber (Continued)Industry Contacts

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