Nanostructured Biocompatible/Bioactive Materials
Start date: Jan 1, 2014,
End date: Dec 31, 2017
The primary goal of the Joint Exchange Program (Project) is to create multicomponent materials for biomedical applications and to combine knowledge and experience of the different scientific groups concerning interdisciplinary milestones of the proposal in order to deliver the final product.In the framework of the Project the following materials: porous and nonporous silica oxides, nanostructured carbons, 3D reinforced polymers, metal containing composites and interpenetrating polymer networks, are scheduled to develop biocompatible/bioactive nanostructured materials. According to the programme, the research is focused on: surface modification and interfacial phenomena, structure-property relations, novel biocompatible/bioactive coatings for blood contacting surfaces, (entero)sorbents (for pollutants and (bio)toxins removal), and drug delivery system development. The partner’s panel is composed in regards to the Project goals and potential contributions. The consortium includes six partners, three of them are universities from Member States (P1-P3), and the Institute of Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova (P4) is representing the Associated States. The Third Country Participants are presented by Partner 5, which comprised of teams from the Russian Academy of Sciences; and Partner 6 is the Chuiko Institute of Surface Chemistry of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.This project will reinforce and strengthen existing bilateral scientific links and transforms them into a larger network which includes all the partners. It will provide momentum for long-term collaboration between the partners. Its results will lay foundation for other actions, aimed at further development and consolidation of the European Research Area and large scale competitive research projects. Additionally, this Project will provide relevant training for the early stage researchers from all teams.
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