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A new Horizon Europe-funded project to tackle the increased demand for improved water quality monitoring solutions to meet the European Green Deal objectives


IBAIA aims to develop four novel optimally functionalized sensor modules for detecting microplastics, organic chemicals, nutrient salts, and heavy metals, as well as measuring salinity and physicochemical parameters. The four sensors will be designed, tested, and packaged into a modular advanced multi-sensing system, offering a one-size-fits-all solution for many end users, and providing technological innovation to help the European Green Deal actions be met.


IBAIA has received €4.7 million in funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Framework.


Programme under grant agreement No 101092723.
UK participants are supported by UKRI grant number 10062902.

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24 October 2023 in News, Videos

IBAIA project explainer video

Our explainer video is ready! Check it out below to learn about the rationale behind IBAIA and the project's aims and objectives.
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