The Future BRH is delighted to be co-hosting KTN’s Bioplastics Workshop at the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology on 26 November. 

The workshop titled New functional materials as alternatives to short lived plastics used in construction and horticulture, aims to focus on materials entering into circulation, identifying new functionalised materials that could be used as alternatives to plastics currently in use. New materials may be produced from sustainable sources, be designed for recycling, have increased re-use options or reduce the amount of material used. Beside networking, this event provides the opportunity to pitch your company and/or technology to the attendees. To register and to find out more, visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/expression-of-interest-new-functional-materials-as-alternatives-to-short-lived-plastics-used-in-registration-63420202533

 

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