Marine-derived biodegradable biopolymers used as plant fertilizer. This technology has been developed as a laboratory prototype for the use of marine biodegradable biopolymers as vegetable fertilizers. N-SEA produce such an increase in the total nitrogen content within the plant up to 10 % and an increase up to 15 % in root growth, compared to non treated plants. These biopolymers applied to farmland could also contribute to the recovery of super-exploited agricultural soils, favoring the maintenance of soil biodiversity.
Growmore is a biotechnology solution to improve seed germination and plant growth under stress conditions
eMIP is a non-contact technique that allows the fabrication of nanoscale molecular imprinting polymers or MIPs. This method enables the design of arrays of MIPs for the simultaneous detection of multiple (bio) chemical substances.
eMIP offers a double defense system against fraudulent attempts to copy tags thanks to the specificity of nanofabrication techniques and the chemical selectivity of the material.
A research team from the EUIT Agricola at the Technical University of Madrid has developed a patented and internationally protected solution for mycelium production scale in a controlled manner and with a simplified process industrially from the multiplication of fungi in vitro culture. Mycetum business opportunity is checked as multi-application solution for a remarkable number of target markets, including the pharmaceutical one, world leader in R & D investment and technology.