Bob Hendrikx created the Loop Living Cocoon, a biodegradable coffin made of mushroom mycelium, as part of his dream to help us live—and die—sustainably.
This little Martian made a house out of regolith, this little Martian made a house out of biomass.
Designer Danielle Trofe’s MushLume lamps point to a brighter sustainable future.
Coeio, a start for eco-friendly burials, says it will be beta-testing its mushroom death suits on 15 subjects soon.
Just because humanity doesn’t survive the end of days doesn’t mean there’s no one to root for.
According to author and TED speaker Paul Stamets, mushrooms cure disease, soak up toxins, kill unwanted pests, heal our chronically suffering bodies—not to mention taste good in pasta.
MycoTechnology, a small startup based in Denver, Colorado, has discovered a way to use its proprietary “mushroom technology” to strip a wheat kernel of enough of its gluten to warrant an FDA-approved label.
The wonders of mycelium.
Getting weird text message requests 24 hours a day and clearing out entire subway cars because of a stinky scent are the norm when you're slinging truffles. I've had to watch chefs inappropriately fondle my product so that I can offload something that...