VM Loop from the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences is Marija Blockytė and Victoria Constantinidis Chagas.

The team’s innovation is about repurposing the herbal extract waste generated by industries such as the pharmaceutical and agricultural industry, to produce a biodegradable filament for the 3D printing industry. By merging waste with natural polymers, VM Loop aims to create a product that reduces environmental impact and promotes recycling and sustainability. By leveraging the power of nature and innovation, they are trying to reshape the 3D printing landscape, promoting an eco-conscious filament option that aligns with the principles of circular economy and sustainable manufacturing.

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