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DaniMer Scientific focuses on the use of sustainably produced, renewable resources to improve people's lives and work. One of our goals is to reduce dependence on petroleum, enabling people and communities to benefit from environmentally friendly products.

RPSEA Project

In 2010, DaniMer Scientific, LLC received a grant of $846,828 from the organization, “Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America” (RPSEA) to develop a novel fracturing treatment for the stimulation of hydrocarbon production. Find Progress Reports on this 12-month project and other information as it becomes available.



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Adhesives & Biobased Technologies

Posted: 01/24/2013

Wow...last week saw one of the first real major breakthroughs in the movement to renewable biobased materials usage in adhesives. As other markets have been making great strides in finding biobased options for traditional petroleum based chemistries, formulated packaging adhesives have been left out... [more]

Henkel and DaniMer Scientific form alliance to deliver bio-based hotmelt adhesives for packaging; New solutions for the packaging market

Posted: 01/15/2013

Düsseldorf / Germany -- Henkel, one of the leading adhesive companies, and DaniMer Scientific, LLC, a recognized leader in bio-based material technology, announced today that they have formed an alliance to develop hotmelt adhesives that use bio-based raw materials. The initial target for these bio-based hotmelt adhesives will be the consumer packaging market including applications of end of line and labeling.

DaniMer Scientific Presents at 7th Annual Biopolymers Symposium

Posted: 10/08/2012

BAINBRIDGE, GA – DaniMer Scientific, LLC, an international corporation focusing on the development of sustainably produced, renewable and biodegradable resources, is presenting at the 7th annual Biopolymers Symposium in San Antonio, Texas from Oct. 15-17... [more]