Rensselaer Students create new field from mushroom roots & agricultural waste
Two young Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute graduates are taking on the multi-billion dollar polystyrene packaging and insulation industries with their revolutionary, low-cost biomaterial made of mushroom roots and agricultural wastes no one else wants. The new composite is sustainable, structurally strong and fire-resistant. It requires almost no energy to produce, leaves no waste, and is biodegradable.
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