EnergyEne Inc, under the leadership of CEO Katrina Cornish, is continuing its development of guayule, as an alernative to natural rubber with a radiation attenuation glove that doesn't trigger latex allergies and has better polymer-filler interaction, according to CEO Katrina Cornish.
The Wooster company, incorporated in 2013, is focused on high-performance latex products. Cornish said EnergyEne currently is in due diligence for investment and in discussions to secure a larger acreage of existing guayule. The Ohio State University is part owner of EnergyEne, Inc. The company is a tenant at BioHio Research Park. Read the complete article.