Plastic materials are essential in all areas of healthcare, from the most basic products, such as plasters, to the most advanced medical devices. Their use in medicine has helped improve patients’ quality of life, reduce costs and increase hygiene. Innovation in biopolymers, i.e. materials for pharmaceutical and medical use in conjunction with biological systems, presents infinite possibilities in the field of health.
AIMPLAS develops rapid antibody test that is more sensitive than commercial tests in detecting immunity to SARS-CoV-2 and UK variant
A project managed by AIMPLAS has developed a new process for producing rapid COVID-19 tests. According to clinical trials in patients, the test can detect antibodies, as well as the UK variant, with a sensitivity of over 98%.
AIMPLAS makes its resources and production capacity available in the fight against COVID-19 and has designed a new mask with replaceable filters
Given the health emergency generated by the COVID-19 pandemic, AIMPLAS is working to make its knowledge of materials, its capacity for design, prototyping and manufacture, […]
Antibacterial Film Based on Essential Oils for Hospital Use
The European FLEXPOL project has developed an innovative antibacterial plastic film using nanoencapsulated essential oils that is more eco-friendly than current hygienization methods.
AIMPLAS is participating in the development of new masks and face shields with antimicrobial properties that help prevent viral and bacterial infection, even from viruses […]
AIMPLAS is working on developing bioplastics for active packaging for cosmetics and absorbent litter for the pet industry within the European BeonNAT Project. These are […]
AIMPLAS coordinates a new collaborative project to boost reduction of the environmental impact of pharmaceutical products through their entire life cycle. Funded under the Horizon […]
The Plastics Technology Centre is working on developing an integrated 3D printing service for surgery and orthosis within the framework of the REALISTIC project, funded by the AVI.
Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is a disruptive technology with a promising potential in the health sector. The technology has not yet been […]