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Energy and Material FlowsNews

Top picks for products, processes, and their makers, that are leading the way in the movement of materials innovation.

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Energy and Material FlowsNews

With a non-iridescent shade of their colour, which doesn’t change regardless of the angle you view it from, the blue tarantula represents a fascinating example of natural evolution. Furthermore, beyond being spectacular to look at, scientists and biomimicry designers now believe that the way in which the blue tarantula produces

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Energy and Material FlowsFeatured

What are some of the trends in storing, communicating, and using big data when it comes to materials, and what impact could this have on the circular economy?

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CitiesNews

The new paper could be a source of inspiration for architects, designers, city planners or policymakers.

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CitiesEnergy and Material FlowsFeatured

t is often observed that the pace of innovation within the construction and building industry appears to be slow. Comparably, most buildings having a longer lifespan than furniture, phones, and cars, so constant iteration and improvement is likely to be more difficult. However, recent years have seen some impressive technologies

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CitiesEnergy and Material FlowsNews

Every Friday, the Circulate team compiles a collection of the best circular economy videos, audio and articles for you to enjoy during the weekend! We’re doing a quick-fire “CoF” today. See if you can keep up and don’t forget to let us know what we’re missing.

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BusinessCitiesNews

Trends in mobility including sharing, electric cars and autonomous vehicles are often discussed and often written about. These transitions also hold significance for car parts manufacturers and there is potential for these actors to take advantage according to a recently published report called On the Road to the Circular Car.

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BusinessFoodNews

Every Friday, Circulate provides a roundup of some of the best circular economy articles, videos and podcasts that we’ve seen during the week. This Friday, Stephen Hawking outlines the future we need, Kevin Kelly describes the future we’ll get, and other good stuff. Circular economy R&D in action It’s one thing

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BusinessEnergy and Material FlowsNews

The modular design of technology, facilitated by an open source approach, could be a key feature of a circular economy – and it could open up significant business advantage in the process.

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new plastics economy
Energy and Material FlowsNews

Next week, the New Plastics Economy initiative will kick off in London. Chris Grantham of IDEO explains why it’s significant.

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