Novel enhanced bioplastics from sustainable processing of seaweed.
The main objective of PlastiSea is to develop novel bioplastic materials based on cultivated and wild species of brown algae.
The main objective of this project is the development of an organ preservation system for transplantation capable of maintaining the organ in functional conditions during the preservation process.
PRESS RELEASE: The use of composite materials has gained interest in recent years due to their properties such as high mechanical strength, good chemical resistance and long durability, light weight and corrosion resistance.
You can now download the official brouchure, where you can carefully read the project objectives and their positive impact on the environment.
Recently, Dr. José Antonio Dieste (AITIIP) dedicated part of an illustrative scientific publication to the HERON project, considered one of the most disruptive initiatives in industrial manufacturing.
On July 5th, 40 people from around Spain took part in a seminar and two field visits to witness firsthand how the 100% biodegradable agricultural film fared in an environment exposed to the elements.
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