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Faculty of Applied Sciences | Discipline: Chemistry and materials
Faculty of Applied Sciences | Societal impact: Food
Faculty of Applied Sciences | Societal impact: Health
Plant and seafood wastes are abundant renewable biomass on Earth and in the Brussels region that are attractive sources of bioenergy and bio based chem ...
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Currently, there is an increasing trend on design and development of new wound healing/sealing materials. The focus is to use biobased materials such a ...