Category: Projects

Horizon Europe BIOSYSMO: BIOremediation systems exploiting SYnergieS for improved removal of Mixed pOllutants

Grant agreement ID:101060211Funded under: HORIZON-CL6-2021-ZEROPOLLUTION-01-10   BIOSYSMO is a 48-month action that will develop a computationally-assisted framework for designing and optimizing synergistic biosystems combining the required pathways and traits to achieve the most efficient degradation and sequestration of pollutant mixtures. These biosystems will comprise combinations of bacteria, fungi and plants containing the natural or engineered

Horizon Europe REDONDO: REversibly Designed crOss liNkeD pOlymers

Grant agreement ID:101058449Funded under: HORIZON_HORIZON-CL4-2021-RESILIENCE-01-11 REDONDO will develop reversibly cross-linked polyethylene (rPEX), rendering the up-to-date non-recyclable PEX a recyclable-by-design innovative polymer. Achievement of reversibility will be conducted via two different thermally reversible reactions for PE cross-linking: one based on C-S-S bonds and one exploiting the Diels Alder reaction. The produced rPEX will be characterized and

Horizon Europe MOZART: METAL MATRIX NANO-COMPOSITE COATINGS UTILIZATION AS ALTERNATIVE TO HARD CHROMIUM

Grant agreement ID: 101058450 Funded under: HORIZON-CL4-2021-RESILIENCE-01-12 The MOZART project proposes sustainable coating solutions for replacement of hard chromium in specific applications based on nano-composite electroplating processes. Nano-composite coatings are potential candidates as durable protective coatings in applications where high wear and corrosion resistance is needed. Their significant advantage compared to other alternative solutions to

H2020 BioValue: Fork-to-farm agent-based simulation tool augmenting BIOdiversity in the agri-food VALUE chain

Grant agreement ID: 101058450 Funded under: SFS-01-2018-2019-2020 – Biodiversity in action: across farmland and the value chain The approach of BIOVALUE project is to set-up a holistic perspective, under the “multi-actor” approach, to analyse the link between biodiversity, the agro-food value chain agents, the environment, consumer food preferences and health. By employing a bottom-up vertical

H2020 LIGNICOAT: Sustainable coatings based on lignin resins and bio-additives with improved fire, corrosion and biological resistance

Grant agreement ID: 101023342 Funded under: BBI-2020-SO3-R5 – Improve the sustainability of coatings Sustainability in coatings covers aspects related to energy and resource conservation, waste minimization or efficiency and the use of renewable and non-toxic products. The coatings industry has been driven by regulatory issues to diminish the content of volatile organic compounds to improve

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