Paint made from flowers used to restore temple art

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As sustainability gains increasing traction, it is unsurprising to see a rise in the use of natural building materials. For example, engineers can strengthen traditional concrete using extracts from root waste vegetables. We have also seen materials inspired by the natural world, such as the invention of an ultra-white paint inspired by beetles. Researchers studied beetle scales to develop the paint, which is also edible and environmentally-friendly. Following this trend of creating materials from and inspired by the natural world, JAT Holdings have developed paint from petals. Using the petals from flowers discarded across Buddhist temples, this Petal Paint is a…

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