Article on ProNiCare published in THINK Magazine

What is biofouling and how does it impact the marine and maritime industries?

The ProNiCare project was recently featured in Malta’s THINK Magazine and highlighted work being done by project partner AquaBioTech Group’s Marina Maritati, explaining the process of biofouling and how it is an expensive and challenging problem to tackle (page 66-67)

Read how the PRONICARE Project is bringing together an international group of experts and researchers from different countries, all with one aim: finding eco friendly solutions to biofouling and corrosion.

ProNiCare project at SETAC Europe 33rd Annual Meeting

ProNiCare project partner AquaBioTech Group is pleased to announce their successful participation at the SETAC Europe 33rd Annual Meeting in Dublin last week! Researchers Adrian Love, Julia Urbano, and Marina Maritati represented AquaBioTech Group and engaged with stakeholders and academics interested in ProNiCare’s goals of formulating green anti-fouling solutions for the maritime industry. 

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ProNiCare Project celebrating its 6 month meeting