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Greenify Your Threads With India’s Top Organic Brands: Here is a List You can Pick from!

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New Delhi, April 26, 2017:

Organic Products have survived in good faith since the time of medieval history. Buying the eco-friendly products is one of the important ways to advocate for the environment and organic clothing is just another way.

We have summed up some renowned organic apparel brands for our readers to hook up.

First in the list is Indigreen, the unique eco-friendly label in India. The brand is artistically known for a blend of art, high fashion, eco-friendly values, fair trade ethics and a heavy dose of Bollywood & Indian kitsch. The company was started by Designer Nidhi and entrepreneur Gaurav G. The brand is solely committed to producing 100% eco-friendly, high Quality and non-toxic products. They also give back at least 10% of their profits to Local Indian NGOs working on sustainable development.

Source: Indigreen

No Nasties is another organic clothing brand that seeks to fulfil and align itself with environmental objectives. In the “Couture-conscious” world, no nasties contribute cent percent organic and fair trade clothing that is sustainably made from seed to garment.

 

Source: No Nasties

Third, in the organic list is Do you speak green and is one of the few brands that promotes bamboo clothing alongside fusion and organic cotton.

Do You Speak Green has a motive, one which envisions the world where children would breathe unpolluted air, drink unpolluted water and see the pristine neighbourhood. They are helping this vision become a reality by designing clothing made from 60 percent organic cotton waste plus 40 percent recycled post-consumer polyester (PET) bottles certified by Global Recycle Standard.

Source: Do you speak green

Anokhi is the last in our list of India’s best eco clothing brands. It is committed to its work and ethical morals, sustaining honest rapport with artists and rendering them support to work from their places in Jaipur. Anokhi is an expert in block printing and the designs blend contemporary styles with bold striking graphics and colours.

Source: Anokhi

 

– by Naina Mishra of Newsgram, Twitter Nainamish94

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Rare Earth Metals in Smartphones Can Now Be Tracked

Extracting rare earths from the environment or from industrial samples, like waste water from mines or coal waste products, is generally very challenging and expensive.

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To develop the sensor, the researchers from Pennsylvania State University in the US used a protein they recently described and subsequently used to explore the biology of bacteria that use lanthanides. Pixabay

Researchers have developed a new protein-based sensor that can detect lanthanides, the rare earth metals used in smartphones and other technologies, in a more efficient and cost-effective way.

The sensor changes its fluorescence when it binds to these metals, according to the study published online in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.

The protein undergoes a shape change when it binds to lanthanides, which is key for the sensor’s fluorescence to “turn on”, said the study.

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“These elements are called rare earths, and they include chemical elements of atomic weight 57 to 71 on the periodic table,” Cotruvo added. Pixabay

To develop the sensor, the researchers from Pennsylvania State University in the US used a protein they recently described and subsequently used to explore the biology of bacteria that use lanthanides.

“Lanthanides are used in a variety of current technologies, including the screens and electronics of smartphones, batteries of electric cars, satellites, and lasers,” said Joseph Cotruvo, Assistant Professor at Penn State and senior author of the study.

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The sensor changes its fluorescence when it binds to these metals, according to the study published online in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Pixabay

“These elements are called rare earths, and they include chemical elements of atomic weight 57 to 71 on the periodic table,” Cotruvo added.

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Extracting rare earths from the environment or from industrial samples, like waste water from mines or coal waste products, is generally very challenging and expensive.

“We developed a protein-based sensor that can detect tiny amounts of lanthanides in a sample, letting us know if it’s worth investing resources to extract these important metals,” Cotruvo said. (IANS)