“The Uplift project (…) aims to produce biodegradable materials that are easy to be recycled” – Interview with ACIB
What does depolymerisation of plastic and cleaning consist of?
In the UPLIFT project, the depolymerization and cleaning of plastics consist of the application of natural catalysts, called enzymes, for the breakdown of the material in their constitutive components. More specifically, plastics […]
What does chemo-enzymatic polyester synthesis consist of? – Interview with DTU – Technical University of Denmark
Have a look at this video interview where Anders Egede Daugaard from Technical University of Denmark speaks about their main role in the UPLIFT Plastics project advising, managing and developing the activities related to chemo-enzymatic polyester synthesis.
“The strong consortium of UPLIFT including its advisory board will (…) develop new or updated value chains able to welcome the upcycled polymers produced along with the project and allow their introduction in the plastic sector and our lives in […]
The UPLIFT project has launched its first newsletter where the main objectives of this initiative, the partners involved in the consortium, and the project’s impacts were introduced among other topics.
This newsletter will be issued every 6 months to share the […]
UPLIFT – Plastics Project at the 6th International Conference on biocatalysis in non-conventional media
From May 6th to May 8th, our work package leader in the depolymerization of plastics and cleaning, Alessandro Pellis attended the International Conference on Biocatalysis in Non-conventional Media where he showcased UPLIFT in an oral presentation about green […]
It has been one month since on April 14th all UPLIFT- Plastics consortium members were reunited to present the future work each one is going to develop to achieve the goals of the project.
During the teleconference, hosted by the University […]
UPLIFT, a project to improve the recycling of plastics for the food and drinks packaging industry, kicks off
- UPLIFT is led by Aalborg University and formed by fifteen partners from eight countries.
- UPLIFT has received €7,5 million funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.
Aalborg (Denmark), March 23rd. A European consortium is working on […]