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WOBURN – CJ Biomaterials, which produces a bio-based polyester alternative, has partnered with the South Korea Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT) and the Korea Innovation Foundation (INNOPOLIS) to collectively advance the development of more ‘sustainable’ materials.

In forging the alliance, CJ Biomaterials has agreed to participate in the latter pair’s Bioplastic Future Tech Forum, which is an industry-university research consultative body created to explore the potential of new, emerging solutions.

Seung-Jin Lee, head of biomaterials at CJ CheilJedang, the parent company, commented: “Through this partnership with the Ministry of Science and ICT and our participation in the Korea Innovation Foundation, we will work to expand the range of eco-friendly materials used in daily life by continuing to collaborate with our industry partners and developing a variety of products that can satisfy consumer demand for more eco-friendly products.” 

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