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ESENCE: Nuevas tecnologías para la eliminación y detección in-situ de contaminantes prioritarios en aguas residuales

Research project with reference: RTC2019-007254-5, coordinated by the company Depuración de aguas del Mediterráneo (DAM), corresponding to the call 2019, within the State Program of Research, Development and Innovation Oriented Challenges of the Society (Collaboration Challenges 2019).

The purpose of this project is the investigation of new in-situ detection technologies for priority emerging pollutants and the development of new processes for their elimination. Specifically, the synthesis, development and optimization of Molecularly Printed Polymers (MIPs) will be studied, which are polymers of molecular recognition synthesized on demand capable of selectively and specifically binding analytes of interest and related families (in form and functionality), which, are They will be used as mechanisms for capturing CEs, with fixing methodologies in photonic detectors to be able to be used for the rapid online detection of CEs.

Partners: Depuración de Aguas del Mediterráneo (Coordinator); IMDEA Energy Institute; Fundación Centro Tecnológico de Investigación Multisectorial
Funding Institution/Program: Ministry of Science and Innovation-AEI /Collaboration Challenges 2019
Period: September 2020-December 2023
 IP IMDEA Energy: Dr. Patricia Horcajada