POLYMAT (University of the Basque Country, UPV/EHU) and LCPO (University of Bordeaux) have long-standing scientific translational collaborations since 2006 (e.g., European projects and joint PhD students). Both groups have sound and world-wide recognized complementary competences in Research and Teaching activities related with polymer chemistry, polymer reaction engineering, processing and application of polymeric materials. In addition, POLYMAT and LCPO together with other close partners in the Basque Country and Aquitaine (Chemistry Faculty, Polytechnic School, Engineering School of Bilbao, CIC Nanogune, Material Physics Center (CFM), CIC Biomagune, Cidetec, Tecnalia, ICMCB, ISM, LCTS and LOF) have generated a microenvironment rich on the education and research on Polymer Science and on the applications of polymeric materials in other scientific disciplines.
Furthermore, both universities within the context of the Aquitaine-Euskadi-Navarre euroregion have stablished new relationships and recently have set-up a common excellence campus combining their own excellence approaches (Euskampus and Idex). Fruit of these contacts and the lack of a dedicated master fully devoted to Polymer Science POLYMAT and LCPO (supported by the Chemistry School of Donostia-San Sebastian and the University at Bordeaux) have launched a unique and attractive two year master program open to the any students interested in getting immersed in the fascinating world of polymers.
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