You are interested new concepts in removal, recycling and management of diffuse Phosphorus? Welcome to our project blogs! P-TRAP is an EU H2020 project, funded as a Maria Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network. P-TRAP combines fundamental and more applied research to develop new strategies to better constrain the P cycle. We will use this blog to share our experiences during our many secondments, field work, lab work, and much more!
Our first e-learning module!
Some time ago our ESRs were busy with developing and producing e-learning modules for different audiences. Due to Corona this has to be organised remotely, which was quite a challenge. But they managed! Enjoy the first P-TRAP e-learning module!Read more
Transferable skills – an important part of our training network
Two weeks full of interaction, knowledge exchange, and networking were planned mid July in Utrecht. Within these two weeks we wanted to develop e-learning modules and to follow our first P-TRAP school, with an imbedded 2-days workshop organised by the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform (ESPP). In the end, so to speak, to top it all off…Read more
SEDEX training at Utrecht University
This is our first P-TRAP blog on Secondments. Secondments are an essential part of our training network. They give the ESRs the chance to visit partner universities and institutions, and our non-academic partners. In this way expertise and know-how is exchanged – a very useful experience and one of the major strengths of a research…Read more
Nothing stops the P-TRAP researchers!
Not even the COVID-19 pandemic. We are safe at home and we have not stopped working. Understanding the dynamics and how to trap and reuse Phosphorus is our passion! After more than 3 weeks of working from home in some cases and of lockdown in others, we got used to the “new normal”, wearing sleepers…Read more
Our first get-together!
– By Victoria Barcala Paolillo – On our first blog we would like to share our experience attending the 1st Transferable Skills Training Course (TSTC1) and the 1st Annual P-TRAP Meeting, held 6 to 10 January 2020 in Bayreuth (Germany). This week was a perfect first get-together meeting for the consortium as a whole. Although the…Read more