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PERTH – Australian textile innovator Nanollose has filed a new patent application for what it deems a key breakthrough in its work to produce microbial cellulose from organic food and beverage waste.

The application - entitled '‘Method for Dewatering Microbial Cellulose’ - has been filed with IP Australia and covers novel methodology for drying microbial cellulose which dramatically reduces shipping costs.

The technology is seen by Nanollose as a breakthrough for the commercial application of its 'Jelli Grow' soil-less seed germination platform which could also be used in other products and processes involving microbial cellulose.

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