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LOOPS: Into the planet of the future

After successfully carrying out a series of eight outstanding webinars LOOPS marked the end of season one. To celebrate the…

Plasticdemia: Seas and oceans also need a vaccine

On the occasion of World Ocean Week 2021, the National Museum of Natural History at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences…

New CLAIM-funded research studies the financial drivers and barriers for adoption of marine litter clean-up technologies in Europe

A recent CLAIM-funded study investigates the financial drivers and barriers for the adoption and diffusion of marine litter clean-up technologies…

Investigating the deep-sea waters of the Antarctic and Southern Ocean

The latest issue of Science for Environment Policy news and information service has published an article, investigating the high levels…

Raising awareness towards plastic pollution: CLAIM at the LOOPS webinar

CLAIM has been invited and successfully participated in the LOOPS webinar. LOOPS is a public initiative in the form of…

CLAIM has successfully tested the project’s technology – the pyrolizer

CLAIM is aiming at creating innovative and sustainable technologies, which will induce the spread of marine plastic pollution. One such…

CLAIM engages young students in the mission of clean waters on the occasion of World Water Day

An insightful presentation was given by CLAIM’s project coordinator Dr. George Triantaphyllidis, to the 5th grade students at the 2nd…

CLAIM explained: Socio-economic feasibility and policy framework

Pursuing the aim for clean seas, CLAIM is eager to prevent the spread of micro- and macroplastics through the development…

CLAIM explained: Modelling plastic transport from terrestrial sources to ecosystem services and key habitats

Towards the aim of preventing marine litter to enter the sea, CLAIM is utilising various innovative technologies, created to maintain…

CLAIM explained: Technological advances prevent and manage marine litter

The rapid global production and the presence, and accumulation of plastic is being recognised a major environmental issue, which is…

Newly funded EU projects kick-off their path towards prevention, removal and reuse of marine plastic litter

MAELSTROM and In-No-Plastic are the two sister projects, recently funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme, which aim at…

CLAIM experts study the perspectives of marine plastic management

CLAIM-funded research article, overviewing the business management solutions for marine plastic is now available in the Marine Pollution Bulletin journal….

Landmark project ATLAS on a mission to discover the Atlantic Ocean

Horizon 2020 project ATLAS has conducted groundbreaking research expeditions, discovering new marine species and making a step change in the…

CLAIM research discovers a sustainable solution for up to 65% reduction of microplastic particle volume

A team of international scientists has collaborated in a CLAIM-supported research article on the topic of Visible Light Photocatalytic Degradation…

New innovative technologies enhance the performance of the CLAIM Ferrybox

As of today, two new and innovative technologies study the Mediterranean waters and measure data, valuable for the purification of…

CLAIM in an interview with Agence France-Presse

The international news agency Agence France-Presse (AFP) interviewed the CLAIM coordination team about the battle against plastic pollution and how…

CLAIM-supported study featured in KTH ‘Spotlight on Research’

Not long ago we’ve published a press release about the latest development in CLAIM’s nanocoating technology designed to harness visible…

CLAIM in CORDIS: Innovative light-induced chemical pathway to clean wastewater plants

CLAIM was featured with one of its 5 marine cleaning technologies in the CORDIS News section accommodating updates about the…

CLAIM’s coordinator Dr. George Triantafyllou interviews for SKAI TV and ECONEWS

CLAIM’s prototype novel boom was filmed by the TV station SKAI for the television programme ECONEWS that was broadcast on…

CLAIM’s Project Assembly in Camogli, Italy, enjoys great local news coverage

“For a week, Camogli becomes a European center of new technologies designed to clean our seas from plastics. The  Institute…

Garbage-collecting aqua drones and jellyfish filters for cleaner oceans

The cost of sea litter in the EU has been estimated at up to €630 million per year. It is mostly composed…

CLAIM to develop innovative marine cleaning technologies

Cleaning marine Litter by developing and Applying Innovative Methods (CLAIM) is an EU Horizon 2020 project whose remit is to find new ways of tackling pollution in marine areas, with a specific focus on the Mediterranean and the Baltic Seas.

CLAIM project consortium celebrates launch

The Newly funded, EU Horizon 2020 project CLAIM targets increasing pollution in marine areas by focusing on the development of innovative cleaning technologies and approaches.

Project investigates ways to remove plastic in wastewater

An EU-funded project to harness the Sun’s radiation to rid the oceans of plastic begins with a system developed at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.

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