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8 Nerdy but Brilliant Cleaning Tips from Scientists
Dr. Greg Altman gives tips, along with other scientists, on cleaning
Interview with Dr. Rebecca Lacouture President COO of Evolved by Nature
Dr. Rebecca Lacouture shares her perspective on leading a company that’s shaking up the medical, personal care, and textile industry with green, silk technology.
Scaling Equivalence: Human and Planetary Health
In the era of ecological emergencies, solutions must be developed within planetary boundaries.
The Art of Maintaining the Microbiome
The microbiome, a biodiverse colony of micro-beings, keeps the skin healthy. We need to preserve it.
Transparency in the Time of COVID-19
Pseudoscientific products claiming to help treat or even cure coronavirus is the new green-washing.
Evolved By Nature honored in Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards
The company’s Activated Silk™ technology was awarded Honorable Mention in two categories: including Health & Wellness and Experimental
Silk Medical Aesthetics Injectable Biomaterial Granted FDA IDE Approval to Initiate Human Clinical Study
Silk Medical Aesthetics, Inc., a spin-off of the green chemistry company Evolved By Nature, today announces receipt of FDA IDE approval to initiate a human clinical trial of the industry’s first all-natural, silk-based dermal filler.
Why This Founder Finds Inspiration in a Necklace
Dr. Rebecca Lacouture shares the story behind a meaningful piece of jewelry.
Silk Medical Aesthetics Completes Enrollment in Clinical Trial for Industry’s First Silk-Based Dermal Filler
Silk Medical Aesthetics, a spin-off of green chemistry company Evolved By Nature, announced it has finished enrollment in a clinical trial for the dermatology industry’s first silk-based dermal filler.
Evolved By Nature spinoff receives ELLE Magazine Future of Beauty Award
Silk Medical Aesthetics was honored to be recognized in the inaugural ELLE Magazine Future of Beauty Awards
Why ‘Eco-Friendly’ Fast Food Takeout Bowls Might Be Unhealthy for you
Dr. Greg Altman discusses the history of PFAS and its widespread use in consumer products.