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SINGAPORE – Scientists at the National University of Singapore have devised a method of converting waste cotton into aerogel, a super-lightweight and versatile substance which had previously been produced from paper waste.

The researchers say this new method of manufacturing has yielded a superior product comparative to previous incarnations and, if commercialised, could offer a scalable solution to recycling unwanted textiles into a useful new application.

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