Usue Aspiazu, student from the University of the Basque Country (Spain) is visiting the University of Potsdam (Germany). Usue, as a member of POLYMAT, one of our partner institutions in the NanoPAT project, will stay for one month (June 2021) at the innoFSPEC laboratory in Golm to receive training in PDW spectroscopy. This acquired knowledge about the PDW measurement technique will be used to monitor the NanoPAT polymer synthesis processes.
Nicola Palombo, a colleague from IRIS Technology Solutions (Spain), has recently visited POLYMAT (University of Basque Country, Spain) (14-18th June 2021). He brought the Turbidity Spectrometry (TUS) equipment developed at IRIS to the POLYMAT laboratories in San Sebastian, Basque Country.
The European Commission, Directorate-General for Environment and DG Research & Innovation, organised virtually the 1st Stakeholders Meeting on Safe-and-Sustainable-by-Design on 19 March 2021, since Safe and Sustainable by Design (SSbD) is considered a key element to the transition to the Green Deal, moving to climate neutrality, zero pollution and circular economy. This first workshop aimed to start developing the criteria for SSbD implementation.
innoFSPEC, as an innovation and research center part of the University of Postdam, has been involved in the NanoPAT since June 2020.In the context of a new Senior Fellow Network on Nanomaterials at the University of Potsdam, experts from science and technology discussed the potential of Nanotechnology live on YouTube on November 9th.
Project partner FLUIDINOVA is a leader company in the production of nano-hydroxyapatite for biomedical and oral care applications. The NETmix reactor is FLUIDINOVA’s patented technology and it consists in a network of mixing chambers interconnected by channels without any moving parts that allow an excellent control over mixing and reaction, leading to the production of a highly pure phase nano-hydroxyapatite.