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Research has found that environmentally friendly plastics can be used as garden fertilizer

British researchers recently announced that they have developed a "sugar plastic", which can be naturally degraded, can be used as garden fertilizer after use, and is expected to be used as a scaffold to help tissue regeneration in medicine

Imperial College of Technology issued a bulletin saying that researchers at the University decomposed cellulose in trees and grasses and formed this new type of plastic by polymerizing the obtained sugars. According to reports, this carbohydrate polymer can absorb water in the natural environment and degrade into harmless substances. It is especially suitable for use as a linear food packaging material for re linking serial ports. After use, it can even be used as a garden fertilizer together with food residues

in addition, this new type of plastic is more "green" in the production process. Dr. Williams of Imperial College of technology, who led the research, said that it took the research team three and a half years to find a way to mass produce this new material under the conditions of low energy consumption and low water consumption. Research shows that this kind of plastic can also be decomposed into substances harmless to the body in the human body, so it is expected to be used in medical treatment as a scaffold to help researchers in computer science and artificial intelligence laboratories to regenerate tissue in the process of trying to produce sh/t0202 ⑼ 2, a more flexible printing ink. When the new tissue grows, the scaffold will decompose naturally. The plastic can also be used as a carrier material for drug delivery to certain parts of the body

researchers believe that the research team will continue to improve this material, and this new type of plastic will be put into practical application within a few years

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