Safeguarding water at the heart of student technology projects

At the end of the European Citeuropass project (, French, Bulgarian, Romanian and Slovak students present their frugal innovation projects. The core of their projects is based on biotechnology and they are aiming for commercialization in a in a European context.

In 2023 and 2024, 45 students experiment their capacity as European citizens, to build together and design a dozen innovative technological projects for a more respectful future of planetary limits (

Through training and collaborative projects, students engaged in Citeuropass have the opportunity to acquire skills to prepare themselves to work in an international and multicultural environment. They are keen to consolidate the expression of their European citizenship through the “learning by doing” method.

On April 18, come and discover two projects in favor of a more responsible exploitation of water resources, for a better preservation of resources and biodiversity.

Program: Pitch of projects, exchanges and discussions, and snack at the end

Thursday 18 April 2024 from 2:00pm to 4:30pm

Grenoble Alpes University Campus, France

André Rassat Room, UFR Chimie.

470 Rue de la Chimie. Gières, Grenoble Campus.

Free with registration here:


Citeuropass Project Officer