Plastic-free material made from fish waste wins £30,000 James Dyson prize

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Lucy Hughes with her MarinaTex bioplastic film invention | Credit: University of Sussex
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Lucy Hughes with her MarinaTex bioplastic film invention | Credit: University of Sussex

Student inventor Lucy Hughes takes home prize for MarinaTex, a biodegradable translucent film made from organic fish waste and red algae

A British designer of eco-friendly packaging material made from organic fish waste and algae has been awarded this year's international James Dyson Award, taking home £30,000 to support the further development...

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