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.
Regeneration of acids and the recovery of metals from spent acids solutions after the stainless steel pickling process. Reducing the emission of nitrates in the waste water. Avoiding the need for land-filling of acid-metal residues in special landfills. Producing reusable by-products.
The aim of this project is to develop a novel low-cost vaccine against pneumococcal disease that is suitable to be implemented in the emerging markets, using a new vaccine technology that allows intranasal delivery, low-cost vaccine production and broader protection.
The present study will develop a new drink, based on components with lower glycemic index, oat beta-glucans and potato proteins with the goal of lowering blood lipids, increase glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity and improve general health.
The aim is to develop a state-of-the-art evaluation module that will enable eu public and private sector users to manage evaluations of all type of tenders, while increasing quality and speed of evaluation, reducing costs, and also increase transparency and traceability in tender evaluations.