The application of laser technology for the environmentally- safe cleaning of industrial objects. The final goal is to manufacture dedicated workstations able to perform the developed processes.
Improvement of operating performances of smes which produce special machinery and equipment, regarding assembly of their special machines and devices at customer sites through international cooperation among smes and institutions.
The principal raw materials now used for the production of polyurethane foams are petrochemical products. Some of the raw materials needed for the production of polyurethane can be obtained from renewable materials.
The goal is to develop a programmable dosage control block based on a peristaltic pump. The control block can ensure the time-dependent dosage of a nutritive medium for fermenting microorganisms.
A new generation of loudspeakers for digital signals will be studied, prototypes will be developed and new mass production technologies will be designed.
Development and production of biopreparations and a new generation of organo-mineral fertilisers promoting decomposition of post-harvest residues/straw, improving soil properties/increasing supperssivity of soil environment.
Development of biotechnological processes for textile processing to dramatically reduce consumption of resources and environmental pollution without incurring expensive investments.
Development of and clinical tests on a new generation of prophylactic shoes for diabetics.
Development of applications for glucomannan polysaccharides and oligosaccharides derived from konjac plants which give substantial health benefits. In particular, prebiotic properties are addressed extensively.
Development of a hand sanitising system to reduce the time it takes to disinfect hands by up to 75% and cause less harm to the skin and environment. This will reduce the rate of hospital acquired infections and can be used in other industries such as food & beverage.