Last December 2017, the project HELADA was completed with the final consortium meeting at INTA’s facilities.
During the project HELADA, durable coatings preventing or minimizing the formation of ice were developed. Moreover, work was done...
18 January 2018 en Food sector, Nanomaterials, Packaging
Nanotechnology is a field that appeals to companies, researchers and public bodies. Its applications in electronics, biomedicine, construction, aeronautics, agriculture and materials technology have multiplied. In the last decade, many...
29 September 2017 en Nanomaterials
The exposure of wind turbines to extreme climates, such as those representing the formation of ice on blades was, up until now, a problem, since these factors used to limit their performance and power generation. In order to guarantee the...
The project GRAPHOS kicks off with the aim of developing products with advanced functionalities and improved physical-mechanical properties by integrating graphene and carbonaceous nanostructures into polymeric matrixes
10 April 2017 en Healthcare, Nanomaterials
ERESA coordinates a project funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness through the programme RETOS, where AIMPLAS participates. This will allow the development of innovative polymeric tags that will improve the radiotherapy...
15 February 2017 en Environment, Innovation, Nanomaterials
The project GRAMOFON, coordinated by AIMPLAS, in which a total of eight partners from Europe and one from South Korea take part, has been funded with EUR 4.2 million by the European Union through the programme H2020.
26 September 2016 en Bioplastics, Environment, Nanomaterials
AIMPLAS is attending from 19 to 26 October a new edition of the K Trade Fair (Hall 7 Level 1 Stand B41).
The theoretical properties of graphene at mechanical, electrical and thermal level are quite attractive at industrial level. For this reason, great efforts are being made to apply them in real applications and products.
16 March 2016 en Nanomaterials, R&D
Over the last years, conventional materials are being replaced by synthetic polymers, but most of them are flammable and in presence of a strong heat and oxygen can burn.
12 January 2016 en Innovation, Nanomaterials, R&D
Five technology centres, coordinated by AIMPLAS, have developed new coatings for plastics, wood, metal, ceramics and glass, which allow giving new properties to these traditional materials.