20 Nov '17, 12pm

Student uses fermentation to grow textiles

VIRGINIA - A student from Liberty University in Virginia, USA claims to have developed textile materials using a fermentation process, in an effort to reduce waste from textile manufacturing. Luis Quijano says the process uses water, sugar, green tea and fermented tea to produce a material that can be sewn together and used as clothing.

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2017112023099/materials-produc...

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