Structurally coloured cellulose microparticles

Ref No: Vig-3336-16

Structural colouration is responsible for many brilliant iridescent colours found in plants.  Dr Silvia Vignolini and her team in the Department of Chemistry have developed a process for producing nanocrystalline cellulose microparticles with structural colour. This is expected to enable a new generation of pigment-free, biodegradable, natural coloured products.

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