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Leyla Acaroglu is a leading sustainability strategist and an expert in life cycle and systems thinking in design, production and consumption. Her TED Talk has been watched by more than one million people. In this interview, she shares her insights about better ways to design packaging and about the most common sustainable packaging myths.

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As a new industry, medical marijuana food producers are exploring new terrain in marketing and packaging their products. There are strict legal requirements with different regional laws on the one hand, and the need to educate customers on the other hand. Marjorie Fischer, brand manager at Auntie Dolores, shared her insights and perspectives.

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In an interview, packaging expert Dr. Anneline Padayachee from the University of Melbourne shares her insights into trends and developments in the packaging industry, pointing out an increased desire for high-tech functional packaging solutions and at the same time a strong consumer demand for simple, recyclable or reusable packaging.

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Paper has many uses and one of the most elegant and sophisticated is shown by the art studio Wanda Barcelona. It created a magical paper palace for an exhibition celebrating the work of iconic designer Karl Lagerfeld. 40,000 pieces of paper cutouts were hung amidst the hand-chosen garments.

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drupa 2016 is drawing closer. What does the industry expect from the world’s leading trade fair for print and cross-media solutions? Some attendees from the general meeting of the VDMA Printing and Paper Technology Germany answered our questions.

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drupa will switch to a three-year cycle after 2016, when it runs from 31 May to 10 June. We asked Sabine Geldermann, director of drupa, the most important questions.

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Eric DesRoberts from the Sustainable Packaging Coalition, is responsible for conducting technical research on packaging materials, supporting research efforts around fiber sourcing, and growing the project portfolio. One of his goals is to foster good communication between all parts of the supply chain so that packaging can be made more sustainable. In an interview with us, he provided insights and background on challenges, successes and a much needed mentality shift.

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Diabetes is becoming increasingly common in developing countries. Many people afflicted by it are unable to afford the test strips and glucometers required to monitor blood sugar levels. Researchers at Clemson University modified a common inkjet printer to print enzymes so that test strips for blood glucose level could be printed in a widely accessible and inexpensive way.

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Christopher Barnatt, futurist, author, videographer and professor, advises companies, non-profit organizations and government agencies on technology and issues concerning the future. In this interview, he shares his insights and gives us some direction as to where 3D printing is headed.

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“Best before”-labels have been around for ages but do they really tell you how fresh your food is? Solveiga Pakstaite developed a bioactive label using gelatine that tell shoppers whether their food has perished.