Universidade de Lisboa
June 14, 2024


BLOCOYSTER is the winning project of the sixth edition of the Mares Circulares Competition, in the Research Centres category, with a prize of 7,000 EUR. The “BLOCOYSTER — sustainable blocks with the incorporation of aquaculture waste” project contributes to the sustainable blue economy by reducing the pollution caused by aquaculture waste. Through the use of...
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Professor Inês Flores-Colen has successfully organized the Final Workshop for the SHELLTER Project, which focuses on the “Reuse of Aquaculture Waste in the Development of Construction Materials.” This event marks the culmination of a collaborative initiative between Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) and the Norwegian Institute of Food, Fisheries, and Aquaculture Research (Nofima). Funded by EEA...
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