Just-Style – January 31, 2021
Australian biotechnology company Nanollose is teaming up with leading man-made cellulosic fibre producer Grasim Industries to commercialise its eco-friendy and sustainable “tree-free” fibres.
Ecotextile News – January 30, 2021
PERTH – Australian textile innovator Nanollose has signed a collaborative agreement with Grasim Industries Ltd., of the Aditya Birla Group, to work on exclusively developing and scaling the former’s ‘Tree-Free’ Nullarbor fibre production.
Stockhead – January 21, 2021
Developing a fabric from liquid waste has propelled small cap Nanollose to the top of the ASX healthcare sector, where 74 companies gained ground, 48 lost it, and 10 companies were flat in the past fortnight.
AuManufacturing – January 18, 2021
Today’s food byproducts will be turned into tomorrow’s fashion items if Nanollose is successful. Brent Balinski spoke to the company’s co-founder, Dr Wayne Best about fibres from fermentation, selling the first commercial garment made out of microbial cellulose this year, and why the growing waste-to-value movement will bring new challenges to companies like his.
Ragtrader – January 14, 2021
The composition of lyocell fabric could be set to change after Australian biotech company Nanollose filed a joint patent with Indian business Grasim Industries (Birla Cellulose) for a new environmentally-friendly lyocell.
The Motley Fool – January 14, 2021
The Nanollose Ltd (ASX: NC6) share price has been on fire the last two days. Yesterday, the company’s shares jumped to more than 52% at market close, following the announcement of a joint patent application with Grasim Industries Limited.
Stockhead – January 13, 2021
Biotechnology company Nanollose (ASX:NC6) has filed for a new patent, and investors approve.
The company said it’s been busy carrying out R&D in partnership with Grasim Industries, a subsidiary of the Mumbai-headquartered Aditya Birla Group.
Ausbiz TV – January 13, 2021
Nanollose is joining forces with the world’s largest rayon producer, Grasim Industries in creating fabrics and materials with minimal environmental impact. Executive Chariman Wayne Best tells us what its next steps are.
Innovation In Textile – January 12, 2021
Grasim Industries Limited, and Nanollose Limited have filed a joint patent application for a high tenacity lyocell fibre made from bacterial Cellulose.
Ecotextile News – January 12, 2021
PERTH – Australian textile innovator Nanollose and Birla Cellulose, of the cellulosic fibre manufacturing conglomerate Aditya Birla, have filed a joint patent application for the production of high tenacity lyocell made using microbial cellulose.