The Delft student team WaterSkins has won first prize in the student competition BISC-E with their idea for the production of synthetic leather from wastewater flows. In the autumn, the team will represent the Netherlands during the European final, Read more
“Contribute to the sustainability of society by designing a bio-based product or process“. This was the task set for six pioneering student teams participating in the second fully-fledged European final of the BISC-E student competition. The six Read more
Last week two student teams competed for the Dutch ticket to the European final of BISC-E, the competition in which students design a product or process that fits a circular economy. The Leiden-Groningen team SuckerSpheres won with biodegradable microbeads Read more
A number of student teams have already made the necessary preparations to participate in the student competition BISC-E, the competition developing biobased products and processes that can reduce the use of fossilraw materials.
The outbreak of the Corona virusthat Read more