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From Fungus to Fiber: Developing and Using Mushrooms to Make Textiles

From the BFD Accelerator: Image: MycoTEX Forward thinking design innovation is showing us we need to rethink the resources available to us. For many designers, the future of fiber is not in pulling more resources from the ground; it’s growing them...[more]
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