AlgiKnit’s seaweed-sourced materials could mend the textile industry’s toxic habits via TechCrunch

AlgiKnit is on a mission to offer more environmentally conscious materials for the heavily polluting fashion and textile industries. The startup is developing materials from seaweeds such as Macrocystis pyrifera, one of the planet’s most renewable and regenerative organisms, creating yarns and fibers that don’t rely on petroleum or toxic chemicals. Aleks Gosiewski, Aaron Nesser and Tessa Callaghan found the materialsContinue reading “AlgiKnit’s seaweed-sourced materials could mend the textile industry’s toxic habits via TechCrunch”