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Four companies advance work in biofabrics

Features | May 1, 2024 | By: Linda McDonald

Seaweed, both farmed and wild-sourced, makes up 75% of the content in Keel Labs’ innovative fiber, Kelsun™. It shows promise for tangible applications of biomaterials in home goods, furnishings, automotive, fashion and other sectors. Image: Keel Labs/Ryan Duffin It’s a fertile time for next-generation biofabrics, and the environmental impact of the textile industry is a […]


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