Are you a pasta lover? If yes, there is a piece of good news for you! A team of researcher from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have developed an unusual way of making pasta. In simple words, scientists have developed a way that pasta can be packed flat. These packed pastas can form 3D shapes once it’s boiled. We are all aware that noodles of all shapes and sizes are available in the market. Some noodles are round, some are curvy and some come in different fancy shapes and sizes. The packaging of these noodles needs to be big or small depending on the shape and size of the pasta. With the help of this technology, pasta can now be packed flat and can still form round, curvy or other fancy shapes after it has been cooked. This kind of pasta requires less packaging which contributes to decreasing plastic waste and is beneficial for the environment.