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The main goal of this project is to create a null-CO2 foot-printing and robust biotechnological platform based on microbial consortia to produce sustainable bio-based compounds using CO2 and light as the sole sources of carbon and energy, respectively.

Programme: Independent Projects

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SUSPHIRE aims to provide a sustainable, low-cost biomanufacturing platform for the commercial production of insect pheromones.

Programme: NIBSys

Public web page: http://susphire.info/susphireproject/

Start date: 1st Apr 2018

End date: 30th Sep 2021

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Programme: MIT Superfund Research

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The data that support the findings of this study are available from the corresponding author upon reasonable request.

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Programme: Independent Projects

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Sustainable co-production is the short form of the research project “Tobacco as sustainable production platform of the natural biopolymer cyanophycin as co-product to oil and protein”. It combines plant and industrial biotechnology to increase the value of commercially grown tobacco with products that can sustainably substitute fossil raw materials. We aim to establish a new economically feasible production system for the biopolymer cyanophycin (CGP) as a by-product of tobacco without relevant ...

Programme: Era CoBioTech

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As an Innovative Training Network (ITN) , our approach to bringing about innovation is via education. The 15 Early Stage Researchers that join our project will gain multidisciplinary and cutting-edge expertise from our hosting institutions and associated partners, which is required to manipulate biological catalysts for meeting tomorrow’s demanding challenges in sustainable production processes.

CC-TOP is focused on exploiting the potential benefits of C-C bond forming enzymes (“carboligases”) ...

Programme: EU Projects

Public web page: https://cc-top-itn.eu/

Start date: 1st Mar 2021

End date: 30th Mar 2024

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Programme: Independent Projects

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The main idea of MIX-UP (MIXed plastics biodegradation and UPcycling using microbial communities) is to showcase a novel approach for plastic recycling and therefore addresses one of the greatest challenges of our time: the establishment of a circular (bio)-economy for plastics. The continuing demand for plastic products, the lack of appropriate recycling and the ubiquitous pollution of the environment with plastic waste pose a global challenge. An ambitious vision and considerable efforts are ...

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Programme: NORCE Environment Test

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Amino alcohol moieties are found in highly diverse classes of natural products that are of great importance due to their bioactivity, and they function as chiral building blocks for the synthesis of pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals. The chemical synthesis of stereoisomerically pure amino alcohols is difficult and typically requires uneconomical steps for protective group manipulations. Conventional syntheses in the chemical industry often use hazardous substances, consume large amounts of energy ...

Programme: Era CoBioTech

Public web page: https://www.cobiotech.eu/call-information

Start date: 1st Apr 2018

End date: 31st Mar 2021

BioCreative VII

Programme: Independent Projects

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Our world is changing fast! Key global trends are rapid urbanisation, growing and ageing populations, and increased prosperity. This results in depletion of natural and petrochemical resources and climate change, which affects the quality of the environment and people's lives. Therefore, developing a bio-based economy is key to sustain our planet in the long term. Raw materials will have to be recruited from renewable sources.

Industrial biotechnology is potentially a very powerful technology in ...

LEADER: SU (prof. E. Vassileva)

PARTNERS: SU & IPF


OBJECTIVES:

• Optimization of responsive and biodegradable poly(ethylene oxide)-glycosaminoglycan-hydrogels.

• Development of stimuli responsive polyzwitterion copolymers and semi-interpenetrating networks for polymer matrix modification.

• Synthesis of PSB and PCB micro- and nanogels for Fe-trapping. ...

Programme: M-era.Net 3D4D2

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Start date: 1st Jul 2021

End date: 30th Jun 2023

LEADER: prof. L-M. Birkholtz

PARTNERS: UP & WITS & SU & StU


OBJECTIVES:

• Evaluation of the ability of the novel polymer-drug systems to kill the transmissible gametocytes.

• Validation using treatment of anopheline mosquitoes in a membrane feeding assay.


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Programme: M-era.Net 3D4D2

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Start date: 1st Jul 2021

End date: 30th Jun 2024

LEADER: UL (prof. J.C. Simon)

PARTNERS: UL & IPF & SU & StU


OBJECTIVES:

• Validation of biocompatibility of the drug delivery systems with the skin.

• Testing of the drug delivery into and through the skin.


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Programme: M-era.Net 3D4D2

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Start date: 1st Jul 2021

End date: 30th Jun 2024

LEADER: IPF (prof. A. Lederer)

PARTNERS: IPF & StU


OBJECTIVES:

• Determination of stability, degradation and drug release kinetics.

• Mathematical modelling of response to treatments of infectious diseases.


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Programme: M-era.Net 3D4D2

Public web page: Not specified

Start date: 1st Jul 2021

End date: 30th Jun 2024

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Programme: M-era.Net 3D4D2

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Start date: 9th Aug 2021

End date: 8th Aug 2024

LEADER: StU (prof. B. Klumperman)

PARTNERS: StU & SU


OBJECTIVES:

• Optimization of antimalarial drug encapsulation for fast release.

• Development of transmission blocking drug encapsulation for slow release.


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Programme: M-era.Net 3D4D2

Public web page: Not specified

Start date: 1st Jul 2021

End date: 1st Jan 2024

CEPOPA envisions a sustainable cascade one-pot process for the synthesis of optically pure amines from alcohols and/or alkynes, using enzymes immobilized onto catalytically active nanomaterials. In the framework of the project, efficient chemoenzymatic processes will be developed for the synthesis of a set of amines that can be used as building blocks for pharmaceuticals or biomaterials.

Programme: Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation - Supporting academic Staff and Researchers

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Start date: 24th Feb 2020

End date: 23rd Aug 2023

Most biological processes require energy and are tightly regulated. Energy is extracted from food supplies and eventually transformed into ATP, the universal energy carrier of the cell. These pathways consist of many reactions which involve NAD or NADP, small molecules which serve as intermediate energy transmitters. Vitamin B3 is essential for the synthesis of these nucleotides. Interestingly, the key molecules in energy transduction also have important roles in the regulation of all vital ...

Programme: Independent Projects

Public web page: Not specified

Start date: 11th Mar 2018

End date: 28th Feb 2022

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Programme: Independent Projects

Public web page: Not specified

Start date: 11th May 2019

This project’s main objective was to identify novel Colorado potato beetle gene targets for the development of specific RNAi insecticides and further validate prospective targets using transcriptomics. The work included gene selection, establishment of double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) production methodology and the evaluation of dsRNAs’ insecticidal potential in CPB feeding laboratory and field trials.

Programme: NIBSys

Public web page: http://projects.nib.si/rnainval/

Start date: 1st Nov 2014

End date: 31st Oct 2017

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Programme: Independent Projects

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Background- Thermophilic organisms are composed of both bacterial and archaeal species. The enzymes isolated from these species and from other extreme habitats are more robust to temperature, organic solvents and proteolysis. They often have unique substrate specificities and originate from novel metabolic pathways. Thermophiles as well as their stable enzymes (‘thermozymes’) are receiving increased attention for biotechnological applications.

The proposed project will establish thermophilic in ...

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