Category "Material"

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Downer Group will replace its Teralba asphalt plant with a facility set to use recycled material in asphalt production, according to Newcastle Herald.

29. September 2018 | via theherald.com | Read more

Downer Group will replace its Teralba asphalt plant with a facility set to use recycled material in asphalt production, according to Newcastle Herald.

29. September 2018 | via theherald.com | Read more
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Scientists are using squid genes to make a new type of thermoplastic for 3D printing.

27. September 2018 | via Futurity | Read more

Scientists are using squid genes to make a new type of thermoplastic for 3D printing.

27. September 2018 | via Futurity | Read more
open source machine

Take one of the world’s most accessible waste products, plastic, and turn it into a resource with a Precious Plastic V2.0 setup.

25. September 2018 | via Gottaclue.com | Read more

Take one of the world’s most accessible waste products, plastic, and turn it into a resource with a Precious Plastic V2.0 setup.

25. September 2018 | via Gottaclue.com | Read more
crab_shell_plastic

Researchers have created a material derived from crab shells and tree fibers that has the potential to replace the flexible plastic packaging used to keep food fresh.

24. September 2018 | via Science X | Read more

Researchers have created a material derived from crab shells and tree fibers that has the potential to replace the flexible plastic packaging used to keep food fresh.

24. September 2018 | via Science X | Read more
verycompostable-superfungus

Plastic is winding up in our ecosystems and it all comes back to us. Here are a few ways science is attempting to solve the problem.

22. September 2018 | via Futurism | Read more

Plastic is winding up in our ecosystems and it all comes back to us. Here are a few ways science is attempting to solve the problem.

22. September 2018 | via Futurism | Read more
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A new gelatinous sphere called the Ooho contains one portion of water, then you can eat the packaging or put it in your compost bin.

21. September 2018 | via Fast Company | Read more

A new gelatinous sphere called the Ooho contains one portion of water, then you can eat the packaging or put it in your compost bin.

21. September 2018 | via Fast Company | Read more