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Biofacturing startup Zymergen debuts new film at Touch Taiwan 2021

Biofacturing startup Zymergen debuts new film at Touch Taiwan 2021

Friday 23 April 2021

Zymergen, a biofacturing startup located in the United States, is showcasing its new film at Touch Taiwan 2021, the world’s leading exhibition for the display industry supply chains. Hyaline Z2, Zymergen’s first product for electronics applications, is a new polyimide film developed by Zymergen – delivering a premier combination of high transparency and mechanical properties that is engineered to enable more design freedom for electronics products.

Zymergen is a science and material innovation company founded in 2013. The company partners with nature to design, develop, and commercialize bio-based breakthrough products, fundamentally changing not only how things are made but what they are made of. Zymergen’s proprietary biofacturing platform merges advances in automation, machine learning, and molecular biology to design breakthrough products. Its innovative materials are applied to a wide spectrum of categories including electronics materials, agricultural solutions, personal care products, and beyond.

With employees currently in Japan, Zymergen recently established an additional presence in Taiwan to engage a broader number of customers, suppliers and product manufacturers. Touch Taiwan is an opportunity to both showcase the first in a new Hyaline family of films and engage companies from across the electronics ecosystem.

Zymergen is inspired by nature to develop Hyaline (polyimide films) family

Zymergen is inspired by nature to develop Hyaline (polyimide films) family

Zymergen

Zymergen

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With employees currently in Japan, Zymergen recently established an additional presence in Taiwan to engage a broader number of customers, suppliers and product manufacturers. Touch Taiwan is an opportunity to both showcase the first in a new Hyaline family of films and engage companies from across the electronics ecosystem.

Source: https://www.digitimes.com/news/a20210423PR200.html?chid=9

Donovan Larsen

Donovan is a columnist and associate editor at the Dark News. He has written on everything from the politics to diversity issues in the workplace.

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