CelluComp Latest Press Release

 

16/06/2017  Scottish Government – Scottish Growth Scheme

 

16/06/2017   European Investment Fund (EIF)  – EIF and Scottish Growth Scheme co-finance equity investments in Scotland

 

16/03/2017  Produce Business UK – Turning a profit from re-purposing food waste

 

23/02/2017  Holy rood- Scotland’s internationally leading role on the circular economy

 

19/10/2016  Blue & Green Tomorrow – Organisations Operating in the Bio-economy in Scotland Offered Funding

 

15/09/2016  Med Gadget – Cellulose Nanoparticles Market Size, Analysis, Trends, Report, Share, Investment Opportunities and Forecast to 2022

 

19/07/2016  Labiotech – Here’s 14 Biotechs in Scotland: From Biodefense to whisky-based Biofuels

 

09/03/2016  Press Release – CelluComp Completes £3.7 Million Investment

 

07/03/2016  Digital Journal – Cellulose nanoparticles Market – Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis & Forecast, 2014 – 2020

16/09/2015  Reuters – Sugar beet waste product could be billion dollar ‘wonder material’

 

20/08/2015 Digital Journal – Global Cellulose Nanoparticles Market 2015 Estimated to Grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate 42.78% by 2022

 

16/08/2015  Sunday Express – Scots scientists exploit ‘incredible’ veggie might

 

13/08/2015  Plastics Today – Better analysis method saves time, effort…and money

 

07/08/2015  The Courier – Fife company DPS Group brushes off setbacks to expand

 

07/08/2015 Lab Manager – Safe Motorcycle Helmets–Made of Carrot Fibers?

 

01/04/2015  Fife Today – New Glenrothes bio-refinery plant is the root to future success

 

26/03/2015  Invest in Fife – Scotland’s first bio-refinery plant opens in Glenrothes, Fife

 

26/03/2015  IBioIC – Cellucomp open new Biorefinery in Scotland

 

26/03/2015  The Courier – Glenrothes bio-refinery takes root for Scotland

 

26/03/2015  The Scotsman – CelluComp’s bio-refinery opens in Fife

 

26/03/2015  Business Green – Scotland targets bio-refinery growth as first plant opens

 

25/03/2015  Sofinnova Partners – Cellucomp Plant Opened by Annabelle Ewing MSP

 

25/03/2015  Scottish Government – Opening of first Scottish bio-refinery plant

 

17/03/2015   The Telegraph – The UK’s latest ‘wonder material’ is made from sugar beet

 

17/02/2015     Scottish Enterprise – The opportunities created by the launch of Scotland’s Biorefinery Roadmap

 

13/02/2015    BBC News Scotland – Scottish biorefining ‘a key new sector’

 

01/12/2014   IBLF Newsletter – Cellucomp Painting with root vegetables

 

19/05/2014    Ecopreneurist – Cellulose Nano-Fiber from Carrots is Twice as Strong as Carbon Fiber

 

13/05/2014    Modern Farmer – Could Carrots Be the Carbon Fiber of the Future?

 

01/05/2014    Pitturee Vernici – Improved Performance from Next Generation Green Rheology Modifier

 

04/01/2014    Young Company Finance Scotland – CelluComp to scale up production

 

 

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