Tag: Quebec

Mistletoe eyed as source of natural glue

Mistletoe eyed as source of natural glue

June 20, 2022 |

In Quebec, researchers at McGill University are looking into the potential of mistletoe to provide a natural source of glue.  Generally known for the Christmas kiss tradition, mistletoe viscin, a sticky thread that allows its parasitic seeds to stick to other plants.  The research began after Matthew Harrington—an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry […]

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“SDTC to support commercial-scale biofuels facility in Québec.”

“SDTC to support commercial-scale biofuels facility in Québec.”

September 29, 2013 |

Today on Twitter: FireClef @rscragg Synthetic lubricants, Methanol/Ethanol/BioFuels for starters. See countries like Brazi scottishpipers Ensus plant to resume production: Work begins this weekend at the Ensus biofuels plant at Wilton … BiotechFocus SDTC to support commercial-scale biofuels facility in Québec

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