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By: Steven
October 5, 2023
Textiles: a viable market for seaweeds?

Clothes enabled our naked species to conquer the world. In the process of dressing ourselves, we remade the planet...
By: Avery Joens
October 5, 2023
UCF Alumni Led Start-up Has Begun A New Initiative

UCF Alum led startup had a breakthrough when they started using seaweed to start manufacturing leathers...
By: Selene San Felice
October 5, 2023
Tampa's Synapse Summit boosts Florida tech startups

Thousands of tech innovators and entrepreneurs connected at Tampa's Synapse Summit last week...
By: Alex Soderstrom
October 5, 2023
2023 Startups to Watch: Soarce to launch seaweed-to-leather manufacturing

The orlando-based startup can turn seaweed in a high-function leather that can be fashioned into apparel and shoes while still 100% renewable.
October 5, 2023
‘I know this is not nothing.’ UCF alum produces cloth material with seaweed

"We were enamored with the concept of using plant-based material like flax or hemp in our previous start up and carried that philosophy..."
By: Alex Soderstrom
October 5, 2023
Orlando’s Soarce seeks manufacturing space in Lake Nona

The 2-year-old firm needs a wet lab facility - space where chemicals and biological materials can be handled — to begin its efforts...
October 5, 2023
leAD Lake Nona Sports & Health Tech Accelerator Announces Third Cohort...

The material is designed to resist fires and optimize thermal comfort for technical wear such as work & outdoor wear, while avoiding toxic treatments...
By: Alex Soderstrom
October 5, 2023
Exclusive: LeAD sports tech accelerator brings startups from the Netherlands and New York to Orlando’s Lake Nona

Soarce: An Orlando-based business making sustainable athletic wear that's better than conventional fibers...,New%20Venture%20Competition%20in%202021.
October 5, 2023
UCF Joust Champion Update (2021) – Soarce

Soarce aims to bridge the gap between performance and sustainability by using leftover plant matter...
By: Giulia Silva
October 5, 2023
Two UCF students are developing a plant-based alternative for synthetic threads

Two UCF students are developing eco-friendly fibers, and hope to eventually make eco-friendly...

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