Category "Material"

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Saldaña uses waste byproduct to create cellulose fibre that makes the biodegradable, plant-based cling wrap she's developing 12 times stronger.

25. July 2019 | via Phys.org | Read more

Saldaña uses waste byproduct to create cellulose fibre that makes the biodegradable, plant-based cling wrap she's developing 12 times stronger.

25. July 2019 | via Phys.org | Read more
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Researchers at Deakin University’s School of Engineering in Australia found that ground recycled or waste glass can be used instead of sand when making polymer concrete, resulting in a stronger, cheaper product.

20. July 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

Researchers at Deakin University’s School of Engineering in Australia found that ground recycled or waste glass can be used instead of sand when making polymer concrete, resulting in a stronger, cheaper product.

20. July 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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Deborah Williams takes a look at the current state of the compostable packaging market, the misconceptions around it and where it could go in the next five to ten years.

16. July 2019 | via Packaging-gateway.com | Read more

Deborah Williams takes a look at the current state of the compostable packaging market, the misconceptions around it and where it could go in the next five to ten years.

16. July 2019 | via Packaging-gateway.com | Read more
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Biotechnologist Samara State uses fruit or vegetable puree to create edible dishware.

15. July 2019 | via Phys.org | Read more

Biotechnologist Samara State uses fruit or vegetable puree to create edible dishware.

15. July 2019 | via Phys.org | Read more
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Dutch design studio Waarmakers has used standard cardboard tubing to create a lamp that can be assembled from its own packaging.

13. July 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Dutch design studio Waarmakers has used standard cardboard tubing to create a lamp that can be assembled from its own packaging.

13. July 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Hansen Packaging has created a range of lightweight jars made from renewable sources such as hemp for the cannabis industry as part of plans to restrict the use of plastics.

11. July 2019 | via Packaging-gateway.com | Read more

Hansen Packaging has created a range of lightweight jars made from renewable sources such as hemp for the cannabis industry as part of plans to restrict the use of plastics.

11. July 2019 | via Packaging-gateway.com | Read more
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VTT mouldable paperboard technology enables the replacement of plastics in deep-drawn products: renewable raw materials, excellent stiffness and recyclability.

05. July 2019 | via Vttresearch.com | Read more

VTT mouldable paperboard technology enables the replacement of plastics in deep-drawn products: renewable raw materials, excellent stiffness and recyclability.

05. July 2019 | via Vttresearch.com | Read more
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In the paper making process, banana fibres fuse together on a microscopic level to create a ‘leather-like’ paper material that is lightweight, tear-resistant, and biodegradable.

02. July 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

In the paper making process, banana fibres fuse together on a microscopic level to create a ‘leather-like’ paper material that is lightweight, tear-resistant, and biodegradable.

02. July 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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Born from the idea that fibers could be cultivated from the weed, Don Kwaning has designed a line of products using varying parts of the grass-like plant.

29. June 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Born from the idea that fibers could be cultivated from the weed, Don Kwaning has designed a line of products using varying parts of the grass-like plant.

29. June 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
Sunflower

Eindhoven-based designer Thomas Vailly explores turning sunflower crop waste into bio-materials to make sustainable products from insulation panels to iPhone cases.

21. June 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Eindhoven-based designer Thomas Vailly explores turning sunflower crop waste into bio-materials to make sustainable products from insulation panels to iPhone cases.

21. June 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more