Today’s Solutions: July 24, 2024

A sustainable innovation company is using the mycelia of mushrooms to help create anything from lab-grown meat to 3D-printed organs and biofabricated leather. Mycelia, the complex hair-like network of cells that grows in mushrooms, can be manipulated into high-performing materials that are both strong and sustainable. The advantage of using mycelia to make products is that it can help companies shrink the carbon footprint of their product while creating something that can be composted in the backyard after usage.

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