TU Delft researchers have demonstrated 3D printing with waste cellulose and lignin materials.
Researchers at Empa, a Swiss research institute, have developed a 3D printable battery concept that is entirely biodegradable.
Cellulose fibres and biodegradable nanoparticles were combined by researchers at ETH Zurich to produce a gel that could pave the path for personalized biomaterial implants.
Researchers have found a way to produce 3D media for bacterial cultures using 3D printing that uses cellulose as the material.
Researchers have developed an approach that could lead to true wood 3D printing material.
ORNL Researchers have found a way to 3D print lignin.
Researchers at MIT have been working on a practical method of 3D printing cellulose.