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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