The main goal of this project is to use locally available industrial by-products like fly ash and slag in order to replace partially portland cement and therefore reduce the carbon footprint of industrial mortars.
This project aims to integrate and support both textual and graphical model based development environments. This will allow users to choose either representation, and also move back and forth between the two.
The present project proposes to create ecological, comfortable textiles which protect human body from harmful uv radiation by using natural fibers, natural dyes and nanoceramics.
The sen project aims at developing a new generation of pedagogic tools for children with special educational needs (sen), exploring the use of immersive and virtual reality technologies, associated with mobile tools and clinical procedures.
This innovative r&d project will be executed by two parties in order to share the technological and financial risks involved in developing a ground-breaking helmet platform with increased protection against rotational force to the brain.
Making new products and technology for pelleting rape seeds, based on collagen hydrolysates, in order to increase the resistance to drought and to pests during germination of seeds and emergence of seedlings.
Camelina is an ancient crop in some regions, but it still needs to overcome some challenges in order to become efficient and sustainable. Canadian-spanish collaboration can provide key synergies to boost camelina expansion, focusing on the salmon aquaculture industry market.
There are no technologies able to measure the scuffing phenomena and to regenerate the returnable glass bottles, neither from a domestic or a global perspective. The result of the project is going to be absolutely new and is going to allow maximizing the "life cycle" of the returnable glass bottles.
Development of new high resistance non-woven mats combining rcf and nf to be used in a more efficient compression moulding process. In addition, it is proposed a new concept of equipment to simulate the effect of environmental and storage conditions on voc and odour behaviour of the new materials.
1) development and scale up of green purification processes of two active extracts 2) identification of active principles and their content in both extracts through a bioguided fractionation method 3) design of a complete dermocosmetic line formulated with qc forest biomass developed ingredients