Spiders and silkworms have led to Biosteel

A German company founded in Munich in 2008, Amsilk, showed at the European Outdoor Summit (EOS) in Interlaken last month how it has been able to continuously spin a highly sustainable skin-friendly, lightweight fiber that is tough and elastic at the same time, called Biosteel, by copying the process by ...

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