BIOAZUL attended the 10th Congress of the International Society of Environmental Biotechnology (ISEB). In this occasion we led one of the “Match Making Session”, which main goal was to share the innovations in the field of Biotechnology in a more relaxed environment than the usual in this kind of congress.
BIOAZUL presented the RichWater Project, an initiative funded by the European Program Horizon2020, which aims to develop a sustainable solution for the safe use of reclaimed water in agriculture. The experience was a success, reduced groups between 5 and 10 people were rotating through the different round-tables in a way that the RichWater project was introduced to 45 people. It was also an occasion for sharing ideas, networking and laying the foundations for future innovation actions in the field of water reuse in agriculture and sustainable development.
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