VINTER

Spontaneous fermentation in wine production as a manageable technology

Program: TACR - EPSILON
Acronym: VINTER

Project ID: TH02030280

The aim of the project is the technological improvement and development of an alternative to the two common concepts represented by conventional technologies for wine production (using pure cultures of wine yeast or using wine terroir - spontaneous fermentation) by the means of:
• process documentation at the level of chemistry and microbiology
• sustainable conservation of the origin biome in the form of inoculation agent
• its applicability under controlled conditions on microorganism-free wine juice
KONSOR

Consortium biotechnology

Program: ERDF - OPPIK (CZE)
Acronym: KONSOR

Project Registration #: CZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/15_018/0005089

The objective of this project is to develop biotechnology preparates based on functional microbial consortia with the aim to technologically utilize their positive properties with respect to easier adaptation, protection against lethal factors, quicker substrate utilisation, or the ability to alter some food products to completely new and unique organoleptic character. The project will cover two distinctly defined areas: 1) environmental biotechnology and 2) fermentation biotechnology.
VINIFER

Wine yeast agents

Program: ERDF - OPPIK (CZE)
Acronym: VINIFER

Project Registration #: CZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/15_018/0005094

The objective of this project is to develop and offer a solution for small scale and medium scale wine producers that will be based on biological agents. The currently predominant pathway is the suppression/elimination of the natural microbial community entering the grape must from the harvested grapes and subsequent must inoculation by imported dried yeast preparates. However, the consortia originally present on the grapes contain yeast strains useful for wine production. The aim of this project is to complement the yeast market.
SNIP

Aerobic bioremediation processes low cost stimulation system

Program: ERDF - OPPIK (CZE)
Acronym: SNIP

Project Registration #: CZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/15_018/0005039

The project aims to design pathways and low cost technologies for alternative, highly efficient supply of oxygen for aerobic bioremediation processes. The technology is based on controlled and targeted application of agents with high oxygen release potential, such as liquid or solid peroxides, into subsurface. This process has a great potential for the removal of present pollutants by direct oxidation and the linked support of aerobic biological finish.
LOWINE

Wine products with added value

Program: TACR - EPSILON
Acronym: LOWINE

Project ID: TH03030271

The aim of the project is the extension of the wine product market using experimental and applied research. The wine products will be from the area of non- and low-alcoholic wine products with the added value of increased content of antioxidants and polyphenols, especially resveratrol derivates. The manufacture will use alternative biotechnological production methods of the non- and low-alcoholic wines and concomitant utilization of the high antioxidant content in the waste products of wine industry (grape stems and canes). An effective by-product utilization from wine technologies will be achieved. The project will be accomplished by active cooperation between commercial subjects and research institution.
STERIL

Technology of microorganism-free surfaces of nanotechnological materials for biotechnology applications

Program: TACR - EPSILON
Acronym: STERIL

Project ID: TH03030333

The aim of the project is to focus attention on the microbiological purity of the surface of biomass carriers, which are created on the basis of material nanotechnologies. With regard to previous experience that has confirmed the unique prerequisites for practical application in microbiology and biotechnology, it opens another dimension of concept applicability in bio-industries and disciplines where the emphasis on surface sterility is crucial to successful, functional and objective use.
BioWaT

Industrial wastewater treatment method research and development

Program: ERDF - OPPIK (CZE)
Acronym: BioWaT

Project Registration #: CZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/16_084/0010271

The objective of this project is the research and development of methods and technologies relevant for industrial wastewater treatment and the design of multifunctional experimental unit for biological treatment of wastewater based on biofilm modules capable of simultaneous denitrification and desulfurization. The experimental unit will serve for the verification of the industrial research and development outcomes and their scale up for operation within the Unipetrol RPA, s.r.o. premises in Litvínov, or for operation at the premises of other customers potentially interested in the newly developed technology and its optimisation. The project will be divided on three key areas:

1. The development of multifunctional experimental devise for the industrial wastewater treatment.

2. The development of methodology for complex analysis of sulphur-compounds in wastewater.

3. The research and technology verification for pollutant removal on the basis of biological sulphur oxidation and autotrophic denitrification within the biofilm module frame.
VMWTS

Treatment of wide spectrum-polluted water

Program: ERDF - OPPIK (CZE)
Acronym: VMWTS

Project Registration #: CZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/16_084/0010271

The objective of this study is to develop a variable modular water treatment system (VMWTS) together with particular modules composing this system. The system will be applicable for a wide spetrum of polluted waters with various characteristics and concetrations of contaminants. The major innovation element of this system is its high flexibility and its versatility in quick application on various types and rates of contaminations.
TWINK

Technological system for wine yeast selection in national winemaking

Program: ERDF - OPPIK (CZE)
Acronym: TWING

Project Registration #: CZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/16_084/0010083

The aim of the present project is to develop complex and universally applicable testing system for the acquisition of the most technologically pertinent yeast strain. The major target is to constantly and consistently obtain objective, reproducible, and reliable results from the testing system. These results will be based on the certainty acquired from the precise pilot operation. Within the project framework, it is planned to achieve the isolation and verification of at least 10 new wine-production strains or their combination.
PESTICIDE

Decontamination methods and detection of legislatively controlled persistent chloracetanilide pesticides and their metabolites

Program: TACR - EPSILON
Acronym: PESTICIDE

Project ID: TH03030118

The aim of the project is to optimize the state-of-art of OMICS methods for targeted acquisition of microorganisms useful in xenobiotics decontamination (primarily persistent pesticides). Particular aim is to obtain microbial isolates useful in decontamination of the persistent chloracetanilide pesticides including their metabolites, which are legislativelly regulated in the Czech Republic. Among applicable results belong also a certified technology for pesticides and their metabolites removal from water and validated methods for the detection of chloracetanilide pesticides and their metabolites in soil matrix. The general aim is to contribute to the national action plan, i.e. to reduce the risks related to pesticides use.
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