Collaboration yields bio-based garment

March 8th, 2021

Photo: Charlotte McCurdy Designer Phillip Lim has partnered with New York-based industrial designer Charlotte McCurdy to create a dress made of a biodegradable base layer and covered in algae-grown bioplastic sequins. reports that the collaboration is part of the One X One project, an incubator organized by the Slow Factory Foundation that pairs high-profile designers with sustainability innovators. “Sustainability in […]

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Bioplastic boot-drying tech passes Marines’ test

March 6th, 2015

After months of testing, the Biovation DryRight tactical boot-drying sheet has received positive feedback from the U.S. Marine Corps. The testing resulted from a Broad Agency Announcement Contract awarded to Biovation in June 2013. These results will lead to the finalization of product design and commercialization in 2015, concurrent with the completion of a final field […]

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