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It’s your last chance to register for this week’s free-to-attend ILM webinar, led by Dr Greg Altman, CEO of Evolved by Nature who will educate attendees on how biotechnology can create a sustainable future for the leather industry.
Discover how Evolve by Nature’s research into the biocompatibility of silk with the human body led to the revelation that activated silk, a molecule developed from a by-product just like leather, could match and even outperform current finishing chemicals.
Find out more about the next steps for sustainable leather and ask Dr Altman your questions in a Q&A session after the presentation, led by ILM Content Director Martin Ricker.
About Dr Greg Altman
Dr Greg Altman’s extensive research into silk’s biocompatibility with the human body led to the creation of Serica Technologies, where he developed the first FDA-approved silk-based medical device for soft tissue reconstruction.
After co-founding Evolved By Nature, his work with silk biocompatibility on skin quickly lead to product innovations for leather, and then for textiles. Dr Altman holds a PhD in Biotechnology Engineering and BSc in Chemistry from Tufts University.
Who should watch this webinar?
This webinar is aimed at anyone connected with the global leather supply chain. It is particularly relevant for anyone interested in building a sustainable future for leather making and looking to alternative chemicals that can improve leather for the environment as well as the consumer.
How can I register to attend?
The webinar will be broadcast on Wednesday, September 29 at 3pm CET (2pm BST), and will last approximately 45 minutes.
Click here to register (registrations subject to approval).