During this project, the treatment and re-utilization of tanning industry by-products will be studied so that large quantities of solid waste can be exploited. The aim is to reduce disposal costs and produce re-usable products.
Metals in municipal and industrial wastes are removed using a combination of advanced models based on the theoretical fundamentals of fluid dynamics and molecular physics with innovative process integration and intensification techniques.
This project is aimed at the formulation of different essential oils extracted from local medicinal plants for use in household hygienic products. The acaricidal activity of the pure extracts and the processed products will be tested.
The objective is the development of an original, patentable synthesis of the antihypertensive generic drug aliskiren, class renin-angiotensin antagonist. The project result will be the process, leading to the cheap, safe and environmentally friendly production of aliskiren.
To investigate a biometry-based method for creating prototypes for use in the field of electronic services for identity and information security processes.
Development of a high yield fermentation where residual flows are no longer a by-product but more raw materials for other industries. Valuable minerals such as potassium and phosphate are recovered. Organic remains are converted into biomass for incinerators to produce green electricity.
Wetren aims to research, develop and validate the waste energy driven air conditioning system (wedacs)-technology. This add-on technology for gasoline engines reduces co2 emissions and fuel consumption up to 15% by eliminating the conventional alternator and offering air conditioning support.
Fur biodegradability study and development of an optimal biodegradation system.
Development of infrared camera system (h&s) for preclinical testing of anti-angiogenic anticancer treatments via assessment of tumour microcirculation in animal models. Changes in tumour microcirculation are among the earliest and most sensitive signs of tumour response for anti-angiogenic agents.
To develop and realise new functionalised textiles with high added value, barrier and filter properties impressing on specially designed and customised textile constructions and technologies of (multi)functional treatments, incl. Nano-fibre and nano-surface structures.