ECO-DESIGN of innovative and functional
DESIGNING THE MATERIALS OF TOMORROW
The search for alternatives to fossil resources, and the need to fight against climate change encourage
the development of new materials and a more environmentally-friendly chemistry.
This is why Carnot PolyNat aims to make the best use of biomass
for the eco-design of high-added-value bio-based materials and devices, with unique properties and unrivalled performances.
March 30 – 31 2020
Researchers and international companies will present their innovations and R&D perspectives on the theme of biosourced materials.
BeFC, a start-up based on a PolyNat project, wins the Leyton sustainable start-up challenge with its eco-friendly paper-based biofuel cells.
PolyNat teams will be present at the 2020 edition of Nano Tech, which will take place from January, 29th to 31st in Tokyo Big Sight