The last Newsletter of the LIFE PhotoScaling Project can be read by clicking in this link.
Marta Castellote, Natalia Alonso, José Miguel Baena and Ángel Castillo. Andrea Folli. Frantisek Peterka. Marta Castellote. Eva Jiménez and Ramón Hingorani. Emilio Martínez. Roman Nevshupa. Rafael Borge and Adolfo Narros. Marta Castellote.
The next June 25th, in the Instituto Cervantes, in Berlin, Isabel Martínez (ISCMA · IETcc – CSIC) will explain some aspects of LIFE Photoscaling project in a conference about construction for a better environment. She will be accompanied by Sara Pavia and Alan Mee. Isabel Martínez and Sara Pavia will present the most recent trends in relation to construction materials and decontamination processes. Each guest […]
The LIFE Photoscaling Project Final Workshop is announced in the official website of the European Commission. You can read the news in this link. And you can register here.
The official website of the European Commission has cited the LIFE Photoscaling project as a example about how photocatalysis can improve the air. See the whole text in the official web.
As can be seen in this post, the NOx concentration has been monitored since before the implementation of the final product in the street by using passive air sampling tubes. These tubes have been placed in different heights and the results have been analyzed by the UPM staff.
Marta Castellote presents LIFE Photoscaling Project at the World Chemistry Forum 2019 which takes place in Barcelona. You can visit the website of the World Chemistry Forum in the next link. The abstract can be checked in this one.
Both in the beginning and in the last part of the Project LIFE-Photoscaling, the producers of photocatalytic materials and companies ralated to this sector have been surveyed in order to know their new insights about their market, their exports, changes in attitude detected… The results have been processed and studied in the Project.
Nieves García-Blas speaks about LIFE Photoscaling project in 11th International SedNet Conference “Sediment as a dynamic natural resource – from catchment to open sea”. The project LIFE Photoscaling is related to the study presented in this conference, which is “First trials to electrokinetic remediation of heavy metals from a contaminated marine dredged sediment from a European port”.
Carlos Antezana García from Universidad Técnica de Oruro (Bolivia) has visited us. Marta Castellote has shown the platforms of LIFE-Photoscaling project at Institute of Construction Science Eduardo Torroja.