Flavo-pyra-tech is aiming to obtain new natural food flavours and to develop a new technology for pyrazine production using fusel oil as raw material, based on supported liquid membrane extraction (slm).
The new products developed through this project will provide solutions for different applications in the field of biopharmaceutical glycoprofiling. The aim of the project is development of different devices and kits for fast, easy and efficient high throughput applications for personalized medicine.
A computer centric method for designing drug-like molecules using fragments will be developed by combining proprietary technology from acellera labs and hql pharmaceuticals. The methodology, will be validated by developing small molecule inhibitors of chemokines, biokine's field of expertise.
In this project, the flame retardancy properties of a special class of clays, namely sepiolite from turkish and spanish resources will be enhanced by using certain phosphorus modifications. Phosphorus compounds are used as flame retardant materials and they will be incorporated into sepiolite.
Water-based series of magnetic nanoparticles coated/embedded into polymers and other organic materials will be designed and produced. They can be used as agent for mri and magnetic hyperthermia applications as well as functionalised with radionuclides for potential using in radionuclide therapy.
To develop a sterile, single use cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive for use as a liquid bandage or wound closure device. Adhesive will be contained within a crushable glass ampoule, inside a butyrate tube, with an applicator tip (porex), all contained inside a foil to pet or tyvek pouch.
The scope of this project is the development of a new ultrafiltration reverse osmosis filtration process for water reuse with an emphasis on organic and biofouling control. This goal will be addressed using an integrated process including enhanced uf and ro membranes.
The objective is to design optimised reactor for an efficient decontamination of solid waste, containing highly chlorinated pops (persistent organic pollutants) using cdc technology. This technology will be based on an optimized catalytic reaction with copper-based catalyst.
Makeup products usually have a drying effect for the skin. The aim of this project is to develop makeup with moisturizing properties and then to make it functional for cosmetic applications with various benefits for the skin such as anti-aging, concealer, etc.
The project aims at the development of indirect printing equipment & process as well as thermoset toner material. The new technology shall deliver unique possibilities to provide mechanically, thermally and chemically stable images on surfaces for kitchen furniture, airplane interior, bicycles etc.