Camberra Gauyat completed a 5-month internship in Mexico thanks to ISblue funding as part of the Master’s degree in marine environmental chemistry.
Subject of the internship: Valorisation of two biomasses: Agave lechuguilla and Sargasso for the cosmetic field.
“I spent 5 months in Mexico, in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, in order to valorise two biomasses, one terrestrial: agave and the other marine: sargassum, to study their biological properties and to mix them together. This project was a real opportunity to combine land and sea. Furthermore, I was able to exchange with a large number of professors and students and present my research as requested by the CIBNOR (Centro de Investigaciones Biologicas del Noroeste).”