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McGill University Shares Anomera’s Journey

McGill University alumni and co-founders of Anomera Inc, Tim Morse and Nathan Hordy, together with our CEO Benoit Garant shared our company's story with the McGill Reporter. Our cellulose derived products are now helping world leaders in cosmetics to improve the performance of their products while reducing their environmental impacts. But the potential goes well beyond cosmetics since Anomera is also working with companies in other domains such as coatings, adhesives and bio-composites to commercialize unique solutions by combining the power of nature with the focus of our ingenious team. Check out the article here https://lnkd.in/eCnuXYWi

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