3D printed building façade partnership between DeMeeuw and DUS Architects

In the Netherlands, DeMeeuw, a Dutch construction company, is partnering with DUS Architects on a 3D printed building façade made from recycled materials like...

Perstorp’s bioplastics gets U.S. approval for food contact

In Sweden, Perstorp Group received food contact use approval in the U.S. for its Capa for Bioplastics grades 6500D and the new 6800D. It...

3D Printing Market to Increase to $32.78B by 2023

In Ireland, the 3D Printing Market Global Forecast to 2023 report predicts the 3D printing market to expand to $32.78 billion by 2023. The...

First 100% Plant-Based Renewable Aseptic Carton Pack Developed by SIG

In Switzerland, global food and beverage carton packaging company SIG developed the world's first 100% plant-based renewable aseptic carton pack, called SIGNATURE PACK. SIG's...

Grow Your Own Lamps and Bowls Now Possible

In New York, Ecovative Design is selling mushroom and hemp-growing kits so consumers can grow their own lamp shades, bowls, and planters. Mushroom’s mycelium...

Hydrogels Offer Hope for Wound Victims with Super Healing Blood Clotting

In Massachusetts, researchers at MIT’s Department of Biological Engineering developed a hydrogel biomaterial, mostly made of water, mixed with gelatin proteins and inorganic silica...

Arkema Expands to Asia to Grow Castor Oil Based Polyamides

In France, Arkema SA is expanding to Asia with an investment of about $342.2 million (300 million Euros) over the next five years to...

Carmell Therapeutics Gets $4M Series B Funding to Advance Smart Medicine

In Pennsylvania, Carmell Therapeutics, a biotechnology company focused on developing and commercializing regenerative medicine technologies, closed $4M in Series B financing to advance its...

Seafood Shells Too Good to Throw Away – Shells Offer Alternative to Limestone

In Belgium, researchers are looking at seafood industry shell waste as a valuable biomaterial to be used to restore oyster reefs. Usually thrown in...

Beetles, Flies and Crickets Oh My! Insects Approved As Fish Food in Europe

In Belgium, FEFAC has allowed farmed fish producers to use insects as feed as a way to help improve the sustainability of aquaculture in...

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In Massachusetts, global fitness brand Reebok launched the first product from its highly-anticipated “Cotton + Corn” sustainable products initiative, a sneaker that is constructed...

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