The Polymers Journal has published an article "In Vitro Degradation of Plasticized PLA Electrospun Fiber Mats: Morphological, Thermal and Crystalline Evolution" highlighting the study of the long-term hydrolytic degradation of poly(lactic acid) (PLA) fiber mats plasticized by different amounts of oligomeric lactid acid (OLA) by electrospinning.

The research has been carried out by Condensia's R&D&I Department with the Institute of Polymer Sciencie and Technology ICTP-CSIC of Madri... Read More...

Published at 02 Jun, 2021

An article "Biodegradable electrospun PLA-PHB fibers plasticized with olimeric lactic acid" has been published highlighting woven no-woven plasticized electrospun fibers have been successfully obtained from PLA-PHB blends with PLA oligomers (OLAs) to obtain a material suitable for use in potential applications in agriculture.

The research has been carried out by Condensia`s R&D&I Department with the Institute of Polymer Science and Technology ICTP-CSIC of Madrid (Spain) and the Depart... Read More...

Published at 02 Jun, 2021

The FUNGUSCHAIN research project, in which Condensia has participated, has just finished successfully achieving its objectives.

Thanks to the commitment and synergy between its partners, FUNGUSCHAIN has developed different types of bioplastic products. Many formulations were developed combining bioplastic materials and mushroom residue (in addition to additives and bio lubricants). Therefore, a wide range of biodegradable products such as compostable garbage bags, shopping bags or fil... Read More...

Published at 30 Apr, 2021

The Horizon 2020 ECOAT Project is now called ECOFUNCO.

The overall objective of ECOFUNCO is to select, extract and funcionalise molecules that Condensia is using to develop new bio-based coatings for application on two different substrates, specifically cellulosic and plastic based. This will deliver materials for food and personal hygiene use that will offer better performance than currently available products, as well as delivering more sustainable end of life options.

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Published at 30 Apr, 2021

Condensia participes in the Horizon 2020 NextGen Microfluidics Project carrying out exensive research into the next generation of lab-on-a-chip systems. So called mini-labs using foil-based microfluidics for rapid diagnostics kits can then be mass-produced in Europe, with possible application in COVID-19 detection.

The Project combines the competences of 21 companies and research organizations along the entire value chain, with a budget of 15 million Euros for the next 4 years.

Published at 22 Apr, 2021
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