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Bio-nanotechnológiai és Műszaki Kémiai Kutatóintézet

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  1. Joint research
    Subject: Structure and assembly of bacterial flagella
    Partner: Prof. K. Namba, Osaka University, Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences, Osaka Japan (Vonderviszt Ferenc)

  2. Research collaboration
    Subject: Development and characterization of flagellin-based sensing layers
    Partner: Prof. J.J. Ramsden, University of Buckingham, UK (Vonderviszt Ferenc)

  3. M-ERA.NET programme
    Subject: Sustainable autonomous system for nitrites/nitrates and heavy metals monitoring of natural water sources
    Partner: Prof. M. Gartner, „Ilie Murgulescu" Institute of Physical Chemistry, Bucharest, Romania (Vonderviszt Ferenc)

  4. Alexander von Humboldt programme
    Subject: Development of sorafenib and gadolinium containing nanocomposites for diagnosis and therapy of hepatocellular carcinoma
    Partner: Goethe University Frankfurt, Department of Medicine, Fraunhofer Institute of Molecular Biology and Applied Biology, Frankfurt, Germany (Feczkó Tivadar)

  5. Erasmus+ Programme, Mobility for learners and staff, Inter-institutional agreement 2014-2021
    Subject: Synthesis of magnetic nano- and microspheres for molecular biology diagnostic applications
    Partner: Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Brno, Czech Republic (Tóth Judit)

  6. Bilateral academian joint project
    Subject: Controlled release and degradation studies of biodegradable aliphatic polyester derivatives based nanoparticles loaded with organic drug
    Partner: Centre of Polymer and Carbon Materials, Polish Academy of Sciences, Zabrze Poland (Feczkó Tivadar)

  7. Bilateral academian joint project
    Subject: Encapsulation of surface modified organic pigments into uv-curable resins via a miniemulsion technique
    Partner: National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt (Feczkó Tivadar)

  8. Bilateral cooperation
    Subject: Study of mass transfer and the membrane efficiency through a special membrane prepared by the foreign partner 
    Partner: Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals of the Academy of Sci. Czeh Republic. Prof. P. Izak, (2013-) (Nagy Endre)

  9. Bilateral cooperation
    Subject: Study of the transport process through enzyme catalytic, applying magnetic nanoparticles binding enzymes to them, membrane reactors
    Partner: Institute on Membrane Technology, University of Calabria, Prof. L. Giorno (2013-) (Nagy Endre)

  10. Bilateral cooperation
    Subject: Study of fouling during membrane processes
    Partner: Rosenow Kendall Heat Transfer Laboratory of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Prof. J. H. Lienhard, (2016-) (Nagy Endre)

  11. Bilateral cooperation
    Subject: Investigation of energy generation by pressure retarded osmosis
    Partner: Faculty of Engineering Science, University of West of Scotland UK. Prof. A. Altaee, (2016-) (Nagy Endre)

  12. Research collaboration
    Subject: Design and evaluation of CE-MS interfaces
    Partner: Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Czech Academy of Scienes, Brno. Czech Republic (Dr Frantisek Foret), (Guttman András)

  13. Research collaboration
    Subject: Capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry coupling
    Partners: The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA, USA (Prof. John Yates), Medical University, Innsbruck, Ausztria (Prof. Herbert Lindner), (Guttman András)

  14. Research collaboration
    Subject: Development of microfluidic cell capturing devices
    Partner: Curie Institute, France (Prof. Jean-Louis Viovy), (Guttman András)
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