On September 26-30, 3rd Conference of Advances in Green Chemistry – AGChem 2022 took place in Poznan Science and Technology Park. This year’s edition focused on a close relationship between basic research and the exploitation of industrial results. AGChem has become an area for meeting young researchers from Europe who carry out basic research and implement developed technologies.
Dr Mónia Martins presented “Studies on the controlled release of metal ions from nanomaterials for agricultural applications using ionic liquids and eutetic systems”.
From the left: Dr Mónia Martins’ makes a presentation and Dr Leonard Kiirika showing NANOPLANT poster (photos courtesy of L.K., IPG PAS).
On 7th July 2022 the Department of Plant Nanotechnology hosted a workshop as a way of introduction to NANOPLANT in the seminar room of the IPG PAS. All who participated had a chance to learn more about the structure of the department, ongoing research projects, and laboratory and greenhouse facilities accessible for enabling research accomplishments.
1. STIMULI RESPONSIVE engineered nanomaterials for smart agriculturE
2. Agro-nanotechnology for plant monitoring and plant protection
3. Nanotoxicity and soil health