The SOLarClean project, coordinated by researcher Diana Lima (CESAM/DQUA), wins the I2D Award

The SOLarClean project emerged victorious in the first edition of I2D – Igniting Interdisciplinarity, promoted by the School of Health Technology | Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra (ESTeSC). This innovative project, led by researcher CESAM/DQUA Diana Lima, aims to use solar radiation to sustainably remove antibiotics from water. Its carbon-based magnetic photocatalysts offer an economical and ecological solution, aligning with the UN’s goals for water sustainability until 2030.

Congratulations to the team behind this project!

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