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HomePressPress releasesValencia hosts the research findings from Young European Researchers in antimicrobial and sustainable packaging
Investigadores NewGenPack
05 June, 2015

Valencia hosts the research findings from Young European Researchers in antimicrobial and sustainable packaging

The International Seminar "New Generation of Functional Cellulose Fibre Based Packaging Materials for Sustainability" will be held on June, 8th 2015 at the Bancaja's Cultural Center in Valencia. The most prominent findings of the European young researchers from NewGenPak project will be shown during the day.
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The Packaging, Transport and Logistics Research Center (ITENE) organizes the International Seminar New Generation of Functional Cellulose Fibre Based Packaging Materials for Sustainability, where the latest packaging innovations from the European project NewGenPack will be shown. In this project have participated young researchers from around the world. The Seminar will be held on 8th of June at Bancaja’s Cultural Center in Valencia.

This event is a unique opportunity to get up – to – date information about cellulose based packaging and to engage with top scientists in this field. The most prominent findings made by European young researchers in the NewGenPack project will be presented at this forum.

The Seminar has free access and is aimed to researchers, packaging buyers, packaging converters, paper and board manufacturers and retailers of packaged goods.

ABOUT NEWGENPAK

NewGenPak is a Marie Curie Initial Training Network involving 8 European universities, 3 research institutes and 3 enterprises. NewGenPak aims to deliver a joint multidisciplinary training programme designed to develop the scientific and professional skills of the 13 recruited researchers. The key vehicle in this strategy is a personal, original research project in a critical aspect of sustainable packaging.

NewGenPak is a Marie Curie Initial Training Network funded under the 7th Framework Programme.

Further information and registration at www.itene.com