Projects, Molecular Nanotechnology


25. März 2024

Nymphe is a four-year European project dedicated to tackling environmental pollution by developing innovative bioremediation solutions.

The ambition is to remove multiple pollutants (such as microplastics and pesticides in agricultural soil, and chlorinated solvents and petroleum hydrocarbons in groundwater and sediments in the industrial area) from different contaminated sites in Europe.

In Nymphe, the Shahgaldian group develops new nanobiocatalysts competent for micropollutant degradation.

The EU consortium is funded by the European Commission. The participation of FHNW is supported by the Swiss state secretariat for education, research and innovation (SERI).  

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