The Laboratory for Trans-border Cooperation on Green Concrete was created in 2020 as a recognition of a long-standing collaboration between the universities and several research centres from Bordeaux and the Basque Country.

The strategic objective of the LTC-Green Concrete is catalysing the research carried out within the Euroregion Nouvelle-Aquitaine Euskadi Navarra in the field of cement-based materials science and technology, with the aim of becoming a European reference on this field.

The LTC-Green Concrete is also part of the LTC-Sarea, created in 2021 to enhance the multi-disciplinary collaboration between the members of all the LTCs, and participates actively in other collaboration initiatives like the ENLIGHT European University.



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