Fayetteville's TiFiber Develops Potential Replacement for Triclosan

by Mark Carter  on Friday, May. 23, 2014 9:38 am   2 min read

Dr. Mike Rutherford, chief scientist at Fayetteville's TiFiber, displays samples of the bar soap products developed in partnership with Bradford Soap Works.

Fayetteville's TiFiber has announced an exclusive license to commercialize synthetic, antimicrobial polymers that could replace the controversial antibacterial agent triclosan through a bar soap product from Bradford Soap Works.

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