Biodegradable Textile from Fungus-Mycelium Textile
The area of artificial yarns is growing at a rapid rate, and as a result many companies are exploring the possibilities this area of modern science offers. The companies has successfully bio-fabricated a leather substitute called MuSkin, The advanced material is constructed from collagen (a protein) – the main constitute of natural leather is designed and grown in a lab from animal-free collagen derived from yeast. Mushrooms can now be fabricate into pliable leather-like clothing, purses, pants, and even durable furniture and building bricks for a cleaner, more eco friendly planet. The challenge is to create a cruelty-free option that is both economically and environmentally sustainable.
Keywords- biodegradable, environmentally, Enzymes, Mycelium, bio fabrication, chemicals