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Our nature-inspired approach to design coupled with a world-leading expertise in developing regenerative materials can be used to create innovative products or evolve and decarbonise existing ones. 

As a leader in biomimicry, we take a material-led approach to our product development. This approach can help realise a new product idea or re-design and evolve an existing product addressing the need for decarbonisation.


We design, prototype, rigorously test and assess products using our top of the range, in-house R&D facilities as well conduct holistic environmental, social and economic impact assessments.


Our product development services aim to deliver a viable product ready for scaling and commercialisation.
We offer a free of charge project assessment against our technologies to help decide which package is right for you.





Once we have evaluated your project idea, we carry out initial R&D experiments, ideation and product development.


The various proof of concept results and prototypes arising from these experiments are evaluated and help guide decisions about which prototypes to take forward.  We can then define a development plan for the next stages of product development.



The germination service takes the selected proof of concept prototypes and evolves them to meet the desired specifications of the product. Testing and scientific analysis allow initial product prototypes to be created.

Together with an environmental impact analysis, this information will help steer decisions regarding the development of a viable product to help your company begin decarbonisation.



Further product development and in-house performance tests on a full scale prototype will allow us to produce a viable bio-based product which meets all the required specifications.

An ESE impact assessment and a scaling assessment on the product will also be conducted. After successful propagation, a regenerative product is delivered, with a clear path for accreditation,  scaling up and commercialisation!

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