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Could seaweed clothing be the new hottest trend? – Newshub

No – it doesn’t mean wrapping yourself in the soggy plant.

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“A combination of living (microalgae) and nonliving (bacterial cellulose) components resulted in a unique material that has the photosynthesis quality of the algae and the bostness of the bacterial cellulose.
“The material is tough and resilient while also eco-friendly, biodegradable, and simple and scalable to produce.”
In 2019, a New York designer created a raincoat made entirely of biopolymers derived from marine algae. 
“This jacket is carbon-negative because it is made of marine-algae that…

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