Recent News & Press
Allbirds unveils a new sneaker with a net footprint of 0.0kg of C02 emissions. Mango Materials’ biopolymer is one of three materials to be featured in the shoe.
Sarah DeWeerdt from Scientific American wrote an interesting article about the plastics pollution problem, which features Mango Materials as a solution. To read the article, click here.
In the article called You Could Soon Be Wearing Cow Burps and Farts, Mango Materials’ methane PHA fiber is highlighted as a solution to the climate change issue. Click here to read the article.
Mango Materials was included in a recent article in Nature Outlook: The Circular Economy called “How to make plastic less of an environmental burden”. The article discusses the lack of recycling of plastics and how P3HB can be a solution to the plastic pollution problem. To read the full article, click here.
Along with the University of California – Santa Barbara, University of Rhode Island, and University of Rochester, Mango Materials has secured funding from the National Science Foundation as part of their Convergence Grant. The team will collaborate to develop biodegradable oceangoing bioplastics that will be 3D printed and tested in the open ocean. To read […]
Each year, B-Corp generates a list of companies who are high scorers in certain B-Corp assessment categories. According to our friends at B-Corp “The Best for the World B Corps in Environment are taking bold active to preserve our most precious resources. With planet-friendly practices and environmental initiatives, these companies consider the impact of their […]
Mango Materials was recently announced as one of the five winners of the Microfiber Innovation Challenge. Sponsored by Conservation X Labs (CXL), the challenge sought innovations from around the world that would prevent shedding of microfibers into water systems when fabrics are washed.Check out the articles below to learn more about Mango Materials and the […]
In an interview conducted by Laura Thomson, several women were featured who are driving innovation in the Clean Technology Sector. Click here to read all of the interviews, including the one with our CEO, Molly Morse.
In a recent blog post by Biomarket Insights, Liz Gyekye looks at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic throughout the biobased sector. The post describes how companies are scaling during this unusual time, along with some of the challenges that are faced. To read the entire article, including a quote from Mango Materials CEO, Molly […]
Jaclyn Krymowski from “The Daily Churn” recently wrote a blog post about Mango Materials methane to biodegradable plastic technology. The post includes a background on the PHA technology, along with how it can be implemented on dairy farms across the country. To read this post and more from The Daily Churn, click here.