On 25 and 26 September, Science is Wonderful! displayed Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions and other EU-funded research and innovation projects in Tour & Taxis. The event was organised with the first edition of the EU Research and Innovation Days.
Last 17th-19th June BARBARA project had a complete special session in the 7th International Conference on Biobased and Biodegradable polymers, in Stockholm. Also we had one stand with the last samples, the new BARBARA project leaflets, a box to let the contact to revived more information and the newsletter subscription request and a computer to make the subscription on-site if someone would like to do it. The BARBARA project stand was next to the Conference sponsors stands, next to the conferences rooms and in front of the coffee breaks place.
KTH Royal Institute of Technology SE-100 44 Stockholm
University of Alicante and FECOAM have participated in the Murcia Food Brokerage Event 2019 which took place in Murcia (Spain) with more than 400 participants and where the BARBARA project was presented to different companies involved in the areas of food, agriculture and food packaging, as well as to delegates from different universities and research centers (https://murciafood2019.b2match.io).
Last 8th-9th May took place the 5th edition of “GreenWin International Conferences: Green Chemistry - White Biotechnology” at the Gosselies Point Centre (in Brussels South Airport business park), under the auspices of Université Libre de Bruxelles - ULB (Brussels Free University) (see : http://event.greenwin.be/en/event/consult/20 ). One of the objectives, among others, is to show the link between the research and the market.
As the project progresses, members from KTH and TECNO packaging have recently published a review on the prestigious journal "Carbohydrate Polymers", dealing with the compatibilization of polysaccharides and bio based polymers. This review critically explores the current status and the future outlook of reactive compatibilization strategies of the most common plant polysaccharides in blends with bio-based polymers.