- Yesterday, you saw my suggestion for the block copolymer made from mad cow parts - "block cowpolymers"
- If a similar approach is taken to chicken feathers, they could be "flock copolymers"
- Continuing with the barnyard animals, a polymer made from female horses could be a polymare
- Polymers made from epoxidized mushrooms could be "polyethylene mycol" (mycology is the study of fungi)
- Polymers made from reacting diols, diisocyanates and urine could be "polyurineates"
- Polymers made from diamines, diisocyanates could be "polydiarrheas"
- Polymers made from ethylene glycol, terephthalic acid and birds nests could be "polynesters"
And if anyone is tempted to tell me not to quit the day job...this is my day job - making polymers from a wide range of biomaterials.