Category "Material"

biorecycling

The process lets any plastic—say a polyester shirt—be recycled into any other plastic (like a clear water bottle). It could fundamentally change the market for recycling.

19. Oktober 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more

The process lets any plastic—say a polyester shirt—be recycled into any other plastic (like a clear water bottle). It could fundamentally change the market for recycling.

19. Oktober 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more
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Ein neues Ultrahochtemperatur-Verfahren macht die Hightech-Fasern aus nachwachsenden Rohstoffen zu einer echten Alternative zu ihrem Erdölpendant.

18. Oktober 2019 | via Biooekonomie.de | Read more

Ein neues Ultrahochtemperatur-Verfahren macht die Hightech-Fasern aus nachwachsenden Rohstoffen zu einer echten Alternative zu ihrem Erdölpendant.

18. Oktober 2019 | via Biooekonomie.de | Read more
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BRELLI is designed to biodegrade in aerobic and anaerobic landfill environments. In an aerobic landfill it will biodegrade as twigs and leaves do. In an anaerobic landfill it will biodegrade into biogas.

17. Oktober 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more

BRELLI is designed to biodegrade in aerobic and anaerobic landfill environments. In an aerobic landfill it will biodegrade as twigs and leaves do. In an anaerobic landfill it will biodegrade into biogas.

17. Oktober 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more
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Fraunhofer shows a new polymer raw material that increases the protective effect of plastic packaging without impairing its recycling or compost properties.

12. Oktober 2019 | via News.bio-based.eu | Read more

Fraunhofer shows a new polymer raw material that increases the protective effect of plastic packaging without impairing its recycling or compost properties.

12. Oktober 2019 | via News.bio-based.eu | Read more
suitcasegraphene

A prototype for a graphene- based smart suitcase made of 100 percent of recycled plastic has been developed in collaboration with The University of Manchester.

10. Oktober 2019 | Read more

A prototype for a graphene- based smart suitcase made of 100 percent of recycled plastic has been developed in collaboration with The University of Manchester.

10. Oktober 2019 | Read more
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University graduate Jamie Pybus has designed a household system for cultivating edible mushrooms using coffee grounds.

08. Oktober 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

University graduate Jamie Pybus has designed a household system for cultivating edible mushrooms using coffee grounds.

08. Oktober 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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A moldable fibrous composite made of 60% coir (coconut) fibres and 40% natural latex.

07. Oktober 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

A moldable fibrous composite made of 60% coir (coconut) fibres and 40% natural latex.

07. Oktober 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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Imperial graduate Nicole Stjernswärd has invented Kaiku, a system that turns plants into powdered paint pigments using vaporisation technology.

04. Oktober 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Imperial graduate Nicole Stjernswärd has invented Kaiku, a system that turns plants into powdered paint pigments using vaporisation technology.

04. Oktober 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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With the project Shapeshift that kicks off today, funding platform Kickstarter calls for projects made from recycled materials, transforming “trash” into original product design.

03. Oktober 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

With the project Shapeshift that kicks off today, funding platform Kickstarter calls for projects made from recycled materials, transforming “trash” into original product design.

03. Oktober 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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University of Sussex graduate Lucy Hughes used fish waste to create MarinaTex, a compostable alternative to current single-use plastic that has won her this year's UK James Dyson Award.

30. September 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

University of Sussex graduate Lucy Hughes used fish waste to create MarinaTex, a compostable alternative to current single-use plastic that has won her this year's UK James Dyson Award.

30. September 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more