Qmilk: A Silk-Like Fiber Derived From Spoiled Milk

QMILK \ˈkyo͞o milk \ n 1 a: A trademarked name for milk fiber, a silky textile derived from an odorless protein found in mammalian milk. b: The brainchild of Qmilch, a company…

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The Internet Got It Wrong: German Biologist Didn't Claim to Invent Milk Fiber

The Internet is like a child’s game of telephone—facts become garbled, errors perpetuate, and misinformation reigns. One recent case involves German biologist and fashion…

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Sustainable Fashion Takes to the Runway at UN Climate Talks

While delegates from 192 countries convened in Copenhagen to hammer out a new climate-change treaty, the fashion industry had a group huddle of its own about the state of the planet on…

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Milkofil: Milk Fiber That Does a Bodice Good

MILKOFIL \ˈmilk-ˈō-ˈfil\ n. 1 a: A silk-like fabric by made from casein, the white, odorless protein from which cheese is made. Made by Maclodio Filati, Milkofil is said to have…

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