Features and benefits:
Fibre structure with embedded sensors or indicators based on selective reactions of biomolecules, such as enzymes or antibodies.
Cost-effective manufacturing through mass production methods, such as papermaking, -coating and printing.
Applications and business potential:
Bioactive paper enables completely new types of mass market products. Countless possible applications, including active and intelligent food casing, new features in labelling, medical diagnostics, hygienic products, filters, and anti-counterfeiting.