Scientists at Cambridge University have recently developed artificial spider silk which mimics the properties of a spider's actual silk. This artificial silk is created from a material called hydrogel, which is 98% water and 2% silica and cellulose. The fibers are very strong and can be made without any chemical solvents at room temperature. Since the fibers are made of water, silica, and cellulose, easily found materials, it can be an affordable production. Almost 30 seconds after the silk is produced, the water evaporates and leaves behind the silk to be stretched and manipulated; we can then use it to create new cups. The material can also be used to make straws and cup lids. The material is good for transferring heat. Some testing will have to be done to ensure customer satisfaction. However, this material is non-toxic and can be readily used to create cups for human use. The material is very strong, even stronger than steel, so users can drop it and their drink will be safe. This cup is also biodegradable, so it does not harm the environment!