The FutureBio project aims to innovate educational and vocational training methodologies dealing with biopolymers. By properly training university students, researchers, industrial and academic practitioners in the use of biopolymers to replace plastics using innovative methodologies, the project aims to espouse some of the European Union’s goals such as developing environmental sustainability, lowering carbon emissions and promoting non-harmful plastics. In fact, the main objective of FutureBio is to develop high-quality digital technologies for training universities and industrial organizations that provide information on polymers and biopolymers and their production technologies in Europe.Among the approaches envisaged by the project to innovate training techniques in this field are numerous digital and technological tools, such as the use of virtual reality and some interactive modes of digital learning. All this is developed through numerous e-learning tools to ensure flexibility and ubiquity of training.
Transnational Meetings, Informational Meetings, International Workshop, Webinars, Dedicated Skills Curriculum, Online Interactive Training Tools with interactive videos and animations in game format, Guide Book, Virtual Reality App.
Indivenire SRL (Italy), CTRL Reality Oy (Finland), Universitatea Tehnică din Cluj-Napoca! (Romania), University of Trento (Italy), Fondazione Bruno Kessler (Italy), Selkuk Universitesi (Turkey), Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg (Germany), Pamukkale Universitesi (Turkey), Kirklareli Universitesi (Turkey)