Sridevi Narayan-Sarathy

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Sri Narayan-Sarathy

Sri Narayan-Sarathy 
Senior Principal Scientist, PepsiCo

Talk WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2018

Breaking it Down: Engineering for Degradability in Industrial Applications

Application of Nodax™ Class Polymers in Barrier Food Packaging Films

A review of PepsiCo and Danimer Scientific’s collaboration to produce home compostable and fully biodegradable barrier food packaging films. Also, discussion of the benefits of PHA/PLA combinations to achieve improved mechanical properties in many applications.

About Sri Narayan-Sarathy

Sri Narayan-Sarathy is Senior Principal Scientist and member of the PepsiCo Global R&D Fellows program. Sri received her Ph.D. in Polymer Science & Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Prior to joining PepsiCo in 2010, Sri was Technology Manager/Principal Scientist for a Big Bet Project at Ashland Performance Materials.

Sri’s research interests are in the areas of Materials Science and Chemistry. She is an author of 12 patents and several publications.

Sri has an adjunct faculty appointment in the Department of Grain Sciences at Kansas State University since 2015.

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