Biomemetics journal, special edition: Fungal architectures
We are delighted to share a momentous achievement in our research endeavors. The esteemed journal, "Fungal Architectures: Biomimetics," published by MDPI, has presented us with the hard copy of their latest edition. It is with great pleasure that we find our article, "Exploring the Binding Capacity of Mycelium and Wood-Based Composites for Use in Construction," elegantly featured in this esteemed publication's pages.
This journal is a testimony to collective efforts in advancing mycelium-based materials within the built environment. We are humbled by the privilege to contribute to this gathering of progressive research. Our journey has been an exceptional one, dedicated to exploring the untapped potential of mycelium and wood composites in sustainable construction.
The collaboration between RWTH Aachen University's Trako Research Group and the Institute of Natural Materials Technology at TU Dresden has been an invaluable opportunity. We sincerely appreciate their shared commitment to advancing the boundaries of bio-based architecture.
As global consciousness gravitates toward bio-based materials and eco-conscious alternatives for the built environment, our research into harnessing mycelium's binding capacity signifies a promising path for greener construction practices.
For those seeking to delve deeper into our work, the article is accessible through the provided link or at our library. We extend a cordial invitation to join us in celebrating this milestone, and we remain dedicated to disseminating knowledge on sustainable building materials.
Our gratitude goes out to MDPI for granting us this opportunity, and we extend thanks to all our supporters and fellow researchers.
Veröffentlichung: Exploring the Binding Capacity of Mycelium and Wood-Based Composites