Living self-repairing glue to hold it together, biobased McDonald’s trays, wrap your meat in meat, and more: The Digest’s Top 8 Innovations for the week of February 4th

February 3, 2021 |

A bacterial paste may be able to regenerate stone and concrete making a living, self-repairing glue that can be used to restore landmarks quite feasible in our future. And if you remember the elastic shortage in the early days of the pandemic when mask-making was soaring, now there’s an alternative with a new biobased seam adhesive for the garment industry.

In today’s Digest, these and other Top 8 Innovations like a major McDonald’s franchisee who is substituting plastic trays with biobased waste alternative, a designer turning waste animal bones and skin into vessels and meat packaging, and more.

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