Monthly Archives: February 2016

From Sugars to Nylon: A Combined Approach to Biorenewable Processes.

Three chemical engineering groups at ISU (Shao, Tessonnier, Cochran) have joined forces to develop a completely renewable process to produce nylon polymers from sugar.

The work has been published in the most recent issue of Angewandte International Edition and was featured as the cover picture.

Combining Metabolic Engineering and Electrocatalysis: Application to the Production of Polyamides from Sugar
Combining Metabolic Engineering and Electrocatalysis: Application to the Production of Polyamides from Sugar

To read story published by Iowa State follow this link: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2016/02/08/biopolymers

Congratulations to John Matthiesen and Miguel Suastegui, for being the first co-authors of this publication.