How can we reinvent materials using nature’s toolbox?

Project specs

Format

2D

Client

IFF

Contact

Christian Lenges

Funding agency

IFF

Length

02:00

Summary

Throughout history, scientists have relied heavily on fossil fuels to make the products we use in day-to-day life. However, these are often costly to the health of the planet, releasing greenhouse gas emissions and leaving harmful residues in our oceans that drive long-term damage. By using the same toolbox as modern material design but starting from simple plant-based feedstocks, scientists can now develop more sustainable, high-performance materials without undesirable impacts on the planet – a solution for a brighter future.

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