SeaBioComp Project develops bio-polymer 3D printed marine fender profile

May 2020 – New press Release
SeaBioComp, a collaborative project developing and producing novel bio-based thermoplastic composite materials for marine applications, has produced its first 3D printed biopolymer fender profile for use in the marine environment … find out more …

REWIND

Reinventing the end of life of textile items to design more responsible collections, Find out more …

DIGTEX

Imagining the design office of the future that will allow to rethink the value chain in a collaborative way by placing the customer at the heart of the strategy, Find out more …

REACT

The aim of the project is to develop a method to remove undesirable substances from waste acrylic fabrics in order to give them a second life, find out more …

DURATEX

To develop environmentally friendly silver-free antibacterial textiles and fluorine-free hydro -/- oleo-repellent textiles for the construction and architectural market, find out more …

PHOTONITEX

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SPORT INFINITY

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RESET

Interregional project that aims to bring together 10 European R&D Centres of Excellence: Identification, analysis and transfer of methodology / Integrating the methodology in each of the centres / Achieving tangible results, Find out more …

AUTONOTEX

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