Article – Poly(Lactic Acid) Composites with Lignin and Nanolignin Synthesized by In Situ Reactive Processing

We are excited to announce the collaboration between Creative Nano,  Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), and AIMPLAS Technological Institute of Plastics in the groundbreaking BIOMAC project, dedicated to the production of PLA-lignin nanocomposite films. This innovative project brings together the expertise of leading researchers and professionals to harness the potential of sustainable materials for diverse applications.

PLA, a biobased and biodegradable polymer, serves as the foundation for these nanocomposite films. By integrating nanolignin through the revolutionary In Situ Reactive Processing technique, we have achieved remarkable results. The resulting films exhibit not only superior mechanical properties but also enhanced antioxidant capabilities, making them ideal for a wide range of applications in food packaging and agriculture.

We are proud to announce that our groundbreaking work has been recently published in the prestigious Open Access Polymers journal, providing valuable insights into the development and potential of PLA-lignin nanocomposite films.
We invite you to explore the published article, which highlights the significant advancements and promising prospects of this sustainable solution here.