SeaBioComp Newsletter No3 February 2021

Welcome to the SeaBioComp Project Newsletter No 3 February 2021...

SeaBioComp is a collaborative project which is developing novel bio-based thermoplastic composite materials to replace conventional oil-based products in the industry.

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Posted 2020-12-14 14:07:19

SeaBiocomp General Assembly and Advisory Board meetings held online...

At the end of October 2020, the SeaBioComp partners held a very successful General Assembly meeting which reported on all aspects of the project activities, results and deliverables.

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Posted 2020-12-14 14:02:26

Call for ideas for demonstrators of biobased composites for the marine environment...

The SeaBioComp project aims to build demonstrator products for marine applications from bio-based, thermoplastic composite material.

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Posted 2020-12-14 13:44:42

Developing high quality biocomposite materials with reduced environmental impacts...

Work Package 1 of the SeaBioComp project is looking to develop high quality biocomposite demonstrators which will have a significantly reduced environmental impact compared to traditional oil-based composites.

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Posted 2020-11-18 15:55:23

Monomer selection for in situ polymerization infusion ...

The SeaBioComp project is looking to develop and deliver demonstrators using innovative bio-based thermoplastic composite materials with mechanical properties comparable to conventional oil-based composites.

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Posted 2020-11-18 16:27:31

Very promising results from the 3D printing of biopolymers ...

Work Package 2 of the SeaBioComp project is dedicated to the optimisation of large-scale additive manufacturing for the printing of thermoplastic polymers and has already been fabricating early bio composite end-user demonstration parts.

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Posted 2020-11-18 17:05:58

Investigating mechanical, physical and environmental properties of biopolymers and biocomposites...

Work Package 3 of the project has been investigating the mechanical, physical and environmental properties of biopolymers and the biocomposite materials produced by other project partners in SeaBioComp using compression moulding and additive manufacturing techniques.

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Posted 2020-12-07 18:47:16

SeaBioComp Masterclass on 3D printing of Biopolymers stimulates lively interaction...

2020/21 has required new ways to connect with businesses, stakeholders and interested parties in order to disseminate project results.

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Posted 2020-09-22 11:04:42

Biobased composites in the Marine Environment, FLOWER Project conference, 22nd-23rd April 2021...

The Interreg FLOWER project will be hosting this hybrid conference (onsite and online) on 22nd-23rd April 2021 in Lorient in Brittany, France. The conference will be themed, Biobased Composites in Marine Environment.

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Posted 2021-02-08 15:34:17

SeaBioComp is co-funded under the EU Interreg 2 Seas Programme...

The project will run to February 2023 with an overall budget of Euro4.1M, Euro2.5M of which (60%) is funded from the European Regional Development Fund.

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Posted 2020-12-14 14:09:58