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Professor Ren Jie participated in the 2019 International Biomass Materials Technology and Application Forum

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Professor Ren Jie participated in the 2019 International Biomass Materials Technology and Application Forum and made a speech

On April 18th, the chief scientist and Professor Ren Jie of Tongji University went to Ningbo to participate in the 2019 International Biomass Materials Technology and Application Forum, sponsored by the Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Key Laboratory of Bio-Based Polymer Materials Technology and Application of Zhejiang Province. He gave a speech on the production, processing and application of polylactic acid fiber. Pipat Weerathaworn, Honorary Chairman of the Thailand Bioplastics Industry Association, Chen Renzhu, Chairman of the Korea Bioplastics Association, and Guo Baohua, Professor of Tsinghua University along with other experts attended the meeting.

 

The forum focused on the“Green Matters”program on the basis of the first three sessions and laid out the entire industry chain. Many well-known experts and industry leaders from China and abroad attended the event, focusing on new technologies, new processes, new applications and new trends in bio-based products (chemicals, plastics and fibers) to promote the development of the industry.

At the meeting, Prof. Ren Jie introduced the history and current status of bio-based degradable materials - polylactic acid, focusing on the industrialization of polylactic acid fiber and the application in the field of textile products and personal care products, and shared the current problems and future trends of polylactic acid fiber industry.