Category: Projects

H2020 FLAMINGo: Fabrication of Lightweight Aluminium Metal matrix composites and validation In Green vehicles

Grant agreement ID: 101007011 Funded under: LC-GV-06-2020 – Advanced light materials and their production processes for automotive applications Aluminium composite materials are an industrial solution with multiple applications. As a result, the industrial manufacturing sector is in constant search for ways to improve their production. Among others, the battery-electric vehicle (BEV) technology is a significant

H2020 Bionanopolys: Open Innovation Test Bed for developing safe nano-enabled bio-based materials and polymer bionanocomposites for multifunctional and new advanced applications

Grant agreement ID: 953206 Funded under: DT-NMBP-04-2020 – Open Innovation Test Beds for nano-enabled bio-based materials (IA) Nano-enabled bio-based materials can combine the best of unique functionalities: biocompatibility and sustainability. However, their development, testing and regulatory compliance processes are often far beyond the capabilities – financial and technical – of the innovators that seek to

H2020 BIOMAC: European Sustainable BIObased nanoMAterials Community

Grant agreement ID: 952941 Funded under: DT-NMBP-04-2020 – Open Innovation Test Beds for nano-enabled bio-based materials (IA) The bio-based sector is one of Europe’s most resource-intensive. As a key player in the economy, it serves as an impetus towards circular business models of resource efficiency. Recent developments in bio-based nanomaterials are combined with biotechnologies to

H2020 MY-FI: Reinventing a smart, circular and competitive textile industry with advanced myco-fibres

Grant agreement ID: 101000719 Funded under: CE-FNR-14-2020 – Innovative textiles – reinventing fashion The mycelium is the vegetative part of a fungus consisting of long, thread-like, interwoven structures. Such networks of fungal threads are remarkable. In fact, mycelia can be used to develop innovative products for several industries, ranging from pack(ag)ing to textile. This is

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