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Ford Motor Company announced on Monday that they’ve begun testing 3D printing of large-scale parts, using tech provided by 3D printing industry giant Stratasys. 3D printed parts don’t just have cos
Interface produces modular carpet tiles that allow for endless customisation.
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Adaptavate provides a new approach to the way building materials are produced, used and disposed of.
UK Sailmakers France, the developer of MatriX Titanium® sails for the UK Sailmakers group, has introduced Titanium Blue® membrane sails that do not use petroleum based film (Mylar) as their skin ma
Joule Unlimited is taking advantage of the New Mexico sunshine to produce solar-derived fuels.
GREEN HOME is South Africa’s first and to this day, only completely compostable food packaging company.
One studio in Berlin has discovered an unexplored use for algae as a "biodynamic color palette" for dyeing textiles.
The path near Lidzbark Warminski is illuminated by phosphor, a synthetic material that lights up after it’s charged by sunlight.
Marin County and its Civic Center cafe catering provider Ray's Catering switched their plastic take-out containers, plates, and cups to ones made from corn (PLA) and sugar cane fiber (
LINPAC Packaging has developed a groundbreaking super lightweight mono-material tray for meat and poultry to assist retailers and packers across Europe comply with rigorous eco-taxes designed to cu
Natural Machines has produced a 3D food printer, called Foodini.
The aim of Anything But Plastic is to bring together as many as possible of the individual brands and companies that produce plastic free alternative products and provide a platform of convenience
Enviro-Grow is a green, social enterprise committed to creating innovative eco-friendly products, packaging and promotional concepts that make a tangible, sustainable difference to our planet and o
Bio-based Connections is a collaboration of 11 companies, governments and institutions, with the aim of realising the bio-based economy in the wider Amsterdam regio
G-Star created sustainable jeans that achieved the first ever overall GOLD Certification for denim fabric in the world, made with 100% organic cotton without hazardous chemicals. The jeans replace
The 3D Print Canal House is a three-year publically accessible ‘Research & Design by Doing’ project in which an international team of partners from various sectors works together on 3D printing
Ecodrukkers is a sustainable printing company that uses biobased inks in place of harmful solvents.
CleanStim® fracturing service uses a new fracturing fluid formulation made with ingredients sourced from the food industry.
Studio Tjeerd Veenhoven has created a sturdy textile from the leaves of the Areca palm (Chrysalidocarpus lutescens). The plant leaves are soaked in a specific biological solution that make
WikiFoods technology wraps a vast range of foods and beverages in edible packages made of natural ingredients.
Dutch designer Annelies Hermsen has developed a range of disposable tableware, including bowls and plates, made from sugarcane fibre.
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Ecover produces natural cleaning products that use fermentation to turn sugars into alcohols that can be used as solvents in their cleaning agents to dissolve oils and other stains, minimising use
The world's first bio-based facade stands in Dinteloord. The facade is clad with panels of biobased Nabasco, a composite of bioresin and hemp fiber produced
Modern Meadow uses biotechnology to design and produce sustainable leather materials.
Denmark is officially home to the world’s first biological house, a conceptual structure built from upcycled agricultural materials, including bits of tomato stems, seaweed, grass and glass that wo
Professor Alan Dalton and his team have developed a new way to make smartphone touch screens that are cheaper, less brittle, and more environmentally friendly. The breakthrough from physicists at t
Permanent magnets are key tools in technology and engineering, as they allow energy to be stored and delivered.
Cirkel produces fitted sheets made out of organic cotton from non genetically modified plants and grown without the use of any synthetic fertilisers or pesticides.
Working with a Russian home-building company, PIK Group, a San-Francisco based startup Apis Cor printed the first house using mobile 3D printing technology in Stupino town near Moscow. Construction
MX3D develops groundbreaking robotic additive manufacturing technology.
DERBIPURE® is a bitumen free waterproofing membrane based on vegetal components produced by Derbigum.
NanoMersion has created innovative MRI contrast agents that are smarter, safer, and more effective than what is currently available on the market.
BamCore produces code compliant structural and non-structural panels that are manufactured from timber bamboo in the U.S.
POET-DSM Advanced Biofuels is a cooperative effort between DSM and Poet.
Ecovative Design, a US-based biomaterials company, has developed a range of ‘Mushroom Materials’ which are 100% biodegradabl
Electroloom's electrospinning process, dubbed Field Guided Fabrication, makes it possible for anyone with a small bit of CAD ability to design and create seamless fabric items on demand.
Food Ink. is a specially designed, one of a kind 3D food printing popup restaurant. The 3D-pop-up was hosted by byFlow in collaboration with Food Ink and 3D Samba.
Green4Print focuses on the production of organic printing inks for the sheet-fed offset industry. These are bio-based and easy to fit into the commercial and printing process.
Scott Steele, president of Plastic Technologies Inc., says that PET has great attributes like clarity and toughness, and that it’s easy to process.
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Riz creates swimwear for men. Every pair of swim shorts is tailored from 100% recycled and recyclable fabric from plastic bottles.