Wood and other biomass rich in cellulose are very inexpensive feedstocks for this high-quality material. Much of the R&D on this topic is relatively new and the resulting applications are therefore likely proprietary. It is not yet a fully commercial product. Nanocellulose is a potential feedstock for digital fabrication (3D printing).
Oil and gas, Cement, Paper and non-wovens, Adhesives, Personal Care, Health Care, Plastics and composites, Paints and Coatings, Food and Beverages, Electronics
- Wikipedia: Nanocellulose
- First factory for production was opened in 2012 by CelluForce (Canada)
- Journal article (open access) in Materials Today: "Nanocellulose: a new ageless bionanomaterial"
- Gizmodo: 7 Incredible Uses for Nanocellulose