Making Golf Balls From Lobster Shells (Live Science)

Researchers at the University of Maine have developed a biodegradable golf ball made primarily from lobster shells. The ball, which feels and flies much like a traditional golf ball, could help alleviate the industrial problem of lobster shell waste disposal along with the marine concern of golf ball littering from cruise ships at sea.

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  1. Peter H. Dragonas, M. D.,'59 says:

    Do LOBBALLS float? Do they have an annual SHEDDING? I am sure the U of Maine will use the basics of this research to find interesting pathways to multiple useful derivatives. The power of Biology, Biochemistry and Bioplastics. Something like the bottles for “NAKED”, I believe made from sugar derivatives, & showing “GREEN” after decomposing in your compost pile!

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