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The study of unique molecular composition of spider silk inspires new materials useful to industry and medicine.
Based on the principle of wetlands, the company Suez has designed, downstream of sewage treatment plants, natural areas to better filtrate micropolluants in water.
Natural ecosystems optimize interactions between species. One can develop a manual, productive and sustainable farming, that respects the soil, without pesticides or hydrocarbons.
It is possible to imitate the extraordinary capacity of mushroom mycelium to depollute soils and assemble new biomaterials.