Nanocellulose does not infiltrate cells
Timber. Photo: Lassi Rautiainen, My Forest -book.

Nanocellulose is cellulose which has been chipped into tiny particles. Unlike many other nanomaterials, it cannot infiltrate cells and is thus safer.
Blood vessels of forest workers rejuvenated by several years
Finnish Government set to undersign the ILO Convention

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