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Do you want to know how certain petroleum-based polymers can be phased out? Would you like to hear about sustainable biobased polymer innovation, and some of their design processes? Do you want to hear how life cycle assessment can be used to determine how much carbon is used for raw materials?
In today’s episode we welcome today’s guest, Dr. Adrienne McKee, Director of Platform Partnerships at Checkerspot, Inc. We discussed:
🔹️How the polyurethanes process works, and what MSEs can achieve with this polyurethane?
🔹 Insight or advice into how designers come up with applications or uses for the materials they work with?
🔹 What’s next for Checkerspot materials?
🔹Advice to materials scientists and engineers who would like to help us transition away from petroleum-based polymers.
🔹And much more!
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