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The CO2SMOS consortium is glad to release its second video, exploring the project and the people behind it.

The topic of this video is bioplastics! In less than 4 min,  Noë I. Watson, Bart van den Bosch, Marian Blom, and Robert-Jan van Putten, scientists and researchers at the consortium partners Avantium and the University of Amsterdam provide quick and clear answers to the following questions:

  1. How Avantium and the University of Amsterdam collaborate on the CO2SMOS project?
  2. How does the CO2SMOS project use CO2 to make bioplastics?
  3. What are the reasons for developing these technologies?
  4. What is the difference between biobased, CO2-based and conventional plastics?

Find out the answers by watching the video here.

CO2 Value Europe is a proud member of the CO2SMOS consortium by leading its communication and dissemination activities and contributing to the development of recommendations for regulatory measures that support the deployment of CCU.