Hot Products and Trends in the Sustainable markets
February 1, 2017
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Looking beyond the headlines into the newest sustainable products and trends, such as General Mills leads $6M investment in Rhythm Superfoods Valensa and Algal Scientific commercialize microalgae for human immune support Eating hot chili peppers really can make you live longer Agribotix and senseFly's drone and data analysis bundle Rockefeller Foundation leads effort to cut food waste in half by 2030 Biotica partners with HempTech to develop pharma grade marijuana strains Divergent 3D Gets $23M for 3D Printed Car in Production U.S. Navy Taps into Hagfish Slime for Military Defense Want to Prevent or Delay Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease? Eat Some Mushrooms Synthetic Genomics and ExxonMobil Extend Algae Biofuels Agreement No Need to Wait for Organ Transplant? Organ and Tissue Manufacturing Initiative Moving Forward U.S. Army is looking for a few good biobased, seed-conveying bullets Hemp plane looks to fly high Swedish researchers advance spider silk
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TerraTech highlights new and sustainable products, companies and cutting-edge advances in the lab that are changing the way people dress, eat, drink, drive, build, package, protect, monitor, maintain and get well. Each week, TerraTech features segments on game-changing innovators and innovations, companies forming to bring new sustainable products to the market and new sustainable products appearing at the grocery store, pharmacy, home store, fuel pump, clothing store and online, as well as through business-to-business buying.
Jim Lane is the world’s most widely-read writer and broadcaster on the advanced bioeconomy, with more than 2 million readers, followers and viewers. He is news anchor of The Digest, the world’s most widely-read bioeconomy daily, and news anchor of BioChannel.TV. He has authored more than 8,000 articles, documentaries, and news segments profiling more than 1,000 companies that have new and sustainable products.