Final Collaboration Project

Progress on Final Project

As a refresher, my project deals with building out a sustainable beauty product, free of the toxic compounds that damage the skin, that will then be packaged using mycelium to reduce the great plastic pollution problem that permeates our society today. Through this process of giving makeup a cleaner look and feel, this proposal strives to refind our natural balance.

Week 10 - Final Project Update

        In recent years, there has been an increasing number of scientists who recognize synthetic fiber as a significant source of pollution on a global scale, endangering our ecosystem through its circulation. During the laundry process, an extensive amount of microfiber would be washed off from the clothing, which is largely constitutive of synthetic fiber. Once the microfiber gets into the sewer, it would likely to be carried by the flow into the ocean, causing a great threat to our marine ecosystem.

Week 10 - Final Project Update

        In recent years, there has been an increasing number of scientists who recognize synthetic fiber as a significant source of pollution on a global scale, endangering our ecosystem through its circulation. During the laundry process, an extensive amount of microfiber would be washed off from the clothing, which is largely constitutive of synthetic fiber. Once the microfiber gets into the sewer, it would likely to be carried by the flow into the ocean, causing a great threat to our marine ecosystem.

Final Blog Thank You

My final project evolved from my interest in psychedelics. Inspired by the way narcotics culture influenced the arts during the 60s, I proposed a few ideas on the topic for the midterm review. Eventually, I narrowed my direction of research to Cannabis because its a legal and accessible substance. For the project, I interviewed a personal friend who has practical knowledge of cannabis. We discussed topics around cannabis such as its general influence, its composition, and variations of strains, harvesting, and comparison with other psychedelics.

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