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PERTH – Australian textile innovator Nanollose has been awarded a US patent for its technology which ferments organic waste from the food and beverage industries to produce microbial cellulose which can be spun into fibres.

It is the first US patent granted for Nanollose's process and follows a joint application from the company and Grasim Industries, part of the Aditya Birla Group, one of the world’s largest man-made cellulosic fibre producers.

The patent application, titled ‘Methods For Producing a Viscose Dope from Microbial Cellulose’, was the third granted to the company globally but the first relating specifically to its fibre technologies.

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