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Scientists have developed a method of 3D-printing wood grain, producing blocks that resemble wood even when sliced open.
A design graduate is using a plant called soft rush to create furniture and packaging material.
A new biodegradable material made of potato starch can decompose to soil nutrients in only two months.
A new shock-absorbing hull could make speedboats sturdier and reduce the need for repairs.
Shoe company creates soles made from a sustainable plant-based material and encourages other companies to do the same.
A new lingerie retailer uses events, pop-up shops and a digital-first strategy to create opportunities outside of e-commerce that make the product accessible.
A new design of jeans, made for all genders, includes features tailored for life in the high-tech modern world.
By incorporating graphene into concrete, scientists have created a stronger and more sustainable water-resistant material.
Using traditional artistic cutting patterns, a researcher designed medical bandages that are a better fit and more adhesive.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge studied beetle scales to develop an ultra-white, edible and eco-friendly coating material
Researchers have created a new material that allows for more efficient and environmentally friendly insulation.
A new gelatin-based bioplastic can be used in a multitude of ways, including interiors and exterior builds.
The ceramic coating could withstand the 3000 degrees Celsius temperatures that come with hypersonic travel.
A multi-disciplinary team from Germany’s Karlsruhe Institute for Technology created ‘Liquid Glass’ that can be used in room temperature 3D printing processes.
The Changhong H2 is a new smartphone that integrates material sensing technology to allow users to analyze the contents of almost any substance with a simple scan.
When used in clothing, Otherlab’s new textile detects changes in the temperature and inflates or deflates accordingly, eliminating the need for multiple layers.
Penn State researchers develop material that self-heals in water, using squid ring teeth.