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  • Article - 1 Nov 2019
    Cambridge Crops has developed an all-natural, edible food coating made from silk protein to slow down the food spoiling process, extend shelf life and reduce food waste cost-effectively.
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    Our technology is based on microbial enzymes, re-engineered to produce brilliant and effective dyes from renewable resources Enzymes are powerful molecules, found in every living...
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    Bloom Biorenewables is a Swiss, science-driven company at the forefront of the global transition to a circular economy. We develop and commercialize breakthrough technologies to sustainably produce...
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    Mentari Alam EKO (M) Sdn Bhd, or MAEKO, is the brainchild of three passionate individuals focused on solving one of the biggest problems facing our planet - the Food Waste issue. Every day, HUGE...
  • News - 18 Feb 2019
    Despite the polyester leisure suit being a 1970s mistake, polyester and other synthetic fibers such as nylon are still in use, and are a huge contributor to the volume of microplastics in the...
  • News - 12 May 2023
    There are more than 80,000 sheep and lambs living on over 2,000 farms in New York State. Their wool has many uses including clothing, carpets, furniture, bedding, insulators, fertilizers, and more....
  • News - 19 Apr 2019
    More than 8 million tons of plastic ends up in our oceans each year, killing marine life and damaging ecosystems. But the same seas might also hold the key to reducing plastic pollution. Squid...
  • Article - 11 Aug 2017
    Researchers have been searching for more ways to create green materials for use in electronic applications, in an effort to improve the environmental protection sustainability of electronic...
  • News - 23 Jul 2020
    Making corn salt-tolerant by engineering its microbiome. Increasing nut productivity with fungal symbiosis. Cleaning up toxic metals in the water supply with algae. Capturing soil nutrient runoff with...
  • News - 29 Feb 2020
    Researchers are investigating how to make electronic components from eco-friendly, biodegradable materials to help address a growing public health and environmental problem: around 50 million tonnes...
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