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PHILADELPHIA – A new type of protein-based biopolymer derived from squid, which is being used to produce programmable, thermoplastic textile fibres that are said to be stretchable, tough, recyclable and even self-healing will be one of several start-ups to pitch at the forthcoming Green Chemistry & Commerce Council annual networking event.

This new self-healing fibre technology is said to result in stretch textile and leather products with reduced microfibre shedding, longer lifecycles, and minimal waste – as well as much reduced air and water pollution.

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