31st March 2022 – Using 0% toxic chemicals to dissolve the nanocellulose and proprietary breakthrough advanced fibre spinning technology, Kylarr fibres are the latest sustainable textile entering the fashion industry.

29th March 2022 – Cass Materials and Nancy Ballesteros of Treetops Colour Harmonies have teamed up to make a beanie from a blend of Kylarr fibres and ultra-fine Merino wool.

10th March 2022 – Green industries attracted Gary Cass from Australia. From a home lab in Perth, Australia to Örnsköldsvik, Sweden.

17th February 2022 – Cass Materials has taken another step with Kylarr fibres in the production of a next generation fashion textile.

17th April 2021 – Patent Status: Clear International Preliminary Report of Patentability (IPRP) issued. ‘Treatment of bacterial nanocellulose.’

28th July 2020 – A wonderful meeting with the WA Governor, The Honourable Kim Beazley about our new eco-tech materials focusing on the cell culture scaffolds for the cultivated meat industry.

16th July 2020 – Cass Materials has been accepted into the Startmate accelerator program. An amazing opportunity to help make Australia a leader in the global cultivated meat industry.

20th May 2020 – Cass Materials files Australian Provisional Patent Application No. 2020900276 entitled “Cellulose Dissolution.” 

25th March 2020 – Cass Materials Pty Ltd, ACN 639 963 554 incorporated with shareholders.



Evolve Ornskoldsvik, #11 2021 Green industries attracted Gary Cass from Australia. Ornskoldsvik Common.

Protein Report, July 20th 2020: Australian Startup Develops Novel Edible Scaffold to Modernize Meat Production.

New Scientist, 2018: Green is the new black: Redesigning clothes to save the planet.

HUFFPOST, 2012: Wine Dress: Fabric Made From Red Wine Brings New Meaning To Going Green.

ABC News, 2007: Australian scientists dress women in wine.


Video links:

Fermented Fashion | Ep. 2 | HardWired ft. iJustine, 2013
A toast to the future of fabrics | Gary Cass | TEDxPerth, 2016