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DENTON - Researchers at the University of Texas have been awarded a $635,000 grant from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) for a study aimed at developing more sustainable cotton fibres.

The initiative focuses on the potential of bast fibres, an underutilised part of the cotton plant found in the stems, to replace fossil-fuel based synthetic textiles such as polyester.

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