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Sustainability is no longer a fringe issue but a key corporate responsibility for businesses seeking to develop and grow. BC Technologies will help you meet your environmental obligations... and your commercial objectives
Manchester Plastics Seminar ‘Polymers: Environmental and Engineering Conflicts’
Run by Manchester Polymer Group & The Polymer Society
Lancashire County Cricket Club, Manchester
BEACON finalist for RegioStars Award
Since 1989, BC (or The BioComposites Centre) has been at the forefront of research, development and the commercial application of bio-based alternatives to synthetic materials in manufacturing and industry.
Today, in a world where sustainability and the environment are moving to the top of the agenda, we offer businesses of all kinds the knowledge and the technical means to put those alternatives into practice, helping them lower costs, increase productivity and make their activities more environmentally and socially responsible.
The BC Annual Report has just been published. It contains details of recently completed projects, together with a variety of events and networks with which we are involved. Read report (pdf)...
Luis Martin, from The CO2 Lab, BC, Bangor University was recently awarded £500 to fund a short scientific exchange with the Università degli Studi di Salerno in Italy to study the counter current fractionation of glycolipids. Read more...
Over 90 people attended IPPS 2015 at LLandudno 7th-8th October. Key Note speaker Prof Phil Evans, University of British Columbia, gave a fantastic presentation on the structure of wood composites using X-ray micro-computed tomography. More soon...
Our PhD student Elie Mansour presented his work on the absorption of formaldehyde and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) by wool and natural fibres at FEMS 2015. Read more...
Viacheslav Tverezovskiy presented at the 8th European Symposium on Biopolymers (ESBP 2015). Interest in biopolymers production & application has significantly increased worldwide. Read more..