In a building project in collaboration with TU Eindhoven, Cybe and Concrete Valley, Dutch bio entrepreneurs NNRGY Crops will be using locally grown Miscanthus Giganteus to make 3D printable bio-concrete.

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Comment: The building industry is ripe for conversion to strong cellulose based materials.Ā  Miscanthus being a fibre based plant with plenty of cellulose – nanocellulose being 8 times stronger than steel, is ideal for bio-plastic, fibreboard, bio-concrete and other uses.

Cybe and Concrete Valley, NNRGY, TU Eindhoven

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