Sustainable Sexy, Fish Guts to Polyurethane Replacement, $700M Bioplastic Investment and more: The Digest’s Top 8 Innovations for the week of April 8th

April 7, 2021 |

Sex sells but now it can even be more sustainable with a boudoir brand’s new biodegradable adult toy line that uses corn starch-based biopolymer biolene. Going to the other extreme of non-sexy, Canadian researchers converted fish guts, heads, bones and skin into a biodegradable replacement for polyurethane.

In today’s Digest, a huge $700 million investment in a bioplastic plant, origami-inspired paper razor, spinach eyed as scaffold material for lab-grown beef, mollusk waste to concrete, and more sexy and not-so-sexy innovations.

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