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Vote for Biomembrane SAVER as KIJK best tech idea 2021

14 September 2021

For five years now, KIJK magazine has been organizing the technology competition 'the best tech idea'. The editors, together with the public and a jury, assess the best Dutch innovation of that year. This year, the recyclable biomembrane SAVER by the research group of Prof. Katja Loos (Faculty of Science and Engineering - UG) and researchers of NHL Stenden is one of the nominated ideas. You can cast your vote starting today, September 14!

Scientists from both institutions have jointly developed a strong biomembrane made from malic acid. More information about the Biomembrane SAVER can be found on the special webpage.

You can vote until October 5

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