The main objective of the project is to strengthen the food industry in the romania and serbia by the development of technologies for production of functional food products enriched with a range of novel low-cost, nutritious and functional soy proteins.
This project aims to develop low cost unmanned aerial vehicles (uav) and sorting machinery -supplemented by vis + nir multi- hyperspectral cameras- and cloud based decision support systems to help citrus growers and managers to take decisions in real time and easily be customized to serve to the nee
To ensure to the consumer, the maintenance of the characteristics of coffee dispensed in single-dose capsules (pp material), regardless of the period of validity and the initial raw material. Thus, it is intended to ensure the consistency of the features for a reference / mark.
Fishcol project aims at: - obtaining fish gelatins from skins of cold water fish, performing higher features than those currently on the market. - obtaining fish gelatins and hydrolysates from other byproducts of cold-water fish (scales and bones).
Development of gluten-free egg-substitudes and products made with, to ensure unique textured gluten free, vegan bakery products, plant-based meat-substitutiudes. Development of gentle process and bioanalytical guten free verifying method.
The 3-biotic project aims to develop a complex, multifunctional 3-biotic product, standardized on bioactive peptides, by controlled fermentation of colostrum with an enhanced kefir consortium. From this product a range of nutraceutical and cosmeceutical will be further developed.
To develop new subsurface irrigation systems with antiroot properties for use in short and long-term crops, by the use of natural/non-toxic additives, avoiding contamination of soil and any negative effect on the cultivated plants.
The project aims to co-cultivate the terrestrial orchids with mycorrhizal fungi to initiate antifungal compountds followed with antifungal test against candida albicans; cultivation of medical plant menyanthes trifoliata for leaves production. Both products could heal the human intestine.
Current methods of gluten determination in food are based on non automatic, time consuming, poorly standardized and expensive elisa assays. We propose an immunoassay based on agglutination of microparticles, resulting in a more standardized, reliable, automatic and nonexpensive method of detection.
The project bestaging, led by pago de carraovejas (spain) in cooperation with seguin moreau (france), aims to generate wine evolution in wooden vats scientific information, as well as design cleaning and disinfection protocols and estimate vats shelf life.