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4 responses to “Waste Chicken Feathers Transformed Into Bioplastic”

  1. Corina | electric car

    Stuning! People are amazing inventors. First, chickenfeathers as a thermoplastic biomaterial and then eco-friendly jet fuel made from chicken fat!!!! What comes next? I’m sure we’re going to have the surprize of our life!!

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  3. New Technique Turns Fish Scales Into Plastic | Crisp Green

    [...] parts of caught fish, Erik first created his fish scale tumblers. Similar to recent studies using waste chicken feathers for bioplastics, further research into the waste associated with the fishing industry led Erik to develop more [...]

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