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Eggshell Composites:  Incorporating eggshells into nanocomposites showcased their viability as a sustainable substrate. Beyond enhancing the material's structural integrity, this approach effectively repurposed agricultural waste. Ongoing observation and strength testing will determine the efficacy of eggshell composites in various contexts, contributing to their potential in sustainable material solutions.

Further experimentation and testing would be necessary to evaluate the effectiveness of eggshell powder in nanocomposites and its suitability for different applications.

Coffee Waste Mycocomposites: Utilizing coffee waste sourced from local shops as a substrate for mycelium growth, we observed promising results. The compatibility between coffee grounds and mycelium led to the development of a robust and eco-friendly material. Further observation and strength testing are underway to assess its durability and practical applications.

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