Modification of natural fibers for improved fiber/polymer composites
The project concerns the safe and economically viable management and recovery of rare earth elements (ree) from different electronic waste compositions and origins. The challenge posed is the difficult, but highly rewarding, separations of the rare earth metal ions from variable complex matrices.
New polyurea, hybrid polyurea and 3P mono- and multilayer coatings for elevated chemical and heat resistant requirements
Polymeric matrices for transdermal or epidermal drug delivery with optimized bioavailability and innovative release kinetics.
Microwave assisted flow reactor
Advancing Antibody Drug Conjugates
DEVELOPMENT OF COLORLESS DISSIPATIVE ENGINEERED POLYMERS FOR AUTOMOTIVE PIECES
Development of biodegradable fragrance encapsulation system for fabric softener applications
Next-generation encoded chemical libraries for drug discovery
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.