One Teen’s “Eureka” Moment at Dinner Could Change Plastic forever…


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I don’t know what you did at dinner yesterday.


But it probably wasn’t solve a huge problem with non-biodegradable plastic packaging.


Yet, that’s exactly what one teen just did.


And it was shrimp that led to her breakthrough…


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“Prawn shells look like plastic,” pondered the Australian teen after dinner one night.


And then she turned prawns and shrimp into plastics that break down in just 33 days.


Yet it is “flexible, durable, insoluble, and transparent, making it the perfect alternative for common plastic packaging.”


Great job, Angelina Arora!


See more here.


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Big Movers in Mid-Day Trading Monday, March 16, 2020
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