Christmas trees could be used for medical implants
8:33pm 4th January 2017
Christmas trees could be used to create medical implants, bags and food packaging according to researchers at the University of Bath.
A chemical that gives the trees that "Christmas smell" called pinene, has been used to make renewable plastic.
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