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Computing infrastructure for the definition, performance testing and implementation of safe-by-design approaches in nanotechnology supply chains


The SBD4NANO project, funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union, aims to develop mathematical models integrated within an "e-infrastructure" software platform for the identification, design and implementation of strategies for the design of safe-by-design nanomaterials, nanoproducts and processes (Safe-by-Design).
Open innovation test bed for developing safe nano-enabled bio-based materials and polymer bionanocomposites for multifunctional and new advanced applications.


The main objective of the BioNanoPolys project is to create a network of pilot plants and complementary services to accelerate the market introduction of bio-based materials with nanoparticles through a single point of entry.
For a sustainable and European value chain of PHA-based materials for high-volume consumer products


The NENU2PHAR project, funded by Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI-JU) and the EU Horizon 2020 programme, will develop an innovative route to produce polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) from sustainable and renewable resources, such as micro-algae biomass and selected bacteria strains. PHAs are a family of polyester-type biopolymers, which are characterised by being bio-based, biodegradable and compostable and provide variability of properties depending on the type selected. So much so that they are currently presented as one of the sustainable alternatives with the greatest potential to replace conventional plastics derived from fossil fuels.
High performance sustainable bio-based packaging with tailored end of life and upcycled secondary use.


The main objective of the PRESERVE project is to replace fossil fuel-based plastic materials used in food packaging with bio-based solutions with enhanced properties.
European Sustainable Bio-based nanoMAterials Community


The BIOMAC project aims to build a sustainable OITB (Open Innovation Test Bed), composed of 17 pilot plants and supported by several technical and non-technical services spread across Europe for the scale-up of new bio-based materials.
Fostering Mediterranean fish ensuring traceability and authenticity


The SUREFISH project, funded by the PRIMA programme (Partnership on Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area) within the framework of the European Horizon 2020 programme, aims to provide solutions for the traceability and authentication of fish, thus reducing the fraud currently present in this sector.
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