Former Research Projects

Can CO2 serve as a building block of the future? CO2RRECT (CO2 Reaction using Regenerative Energies and Catalytic Technologies) studies possibilities for exploiting the climate-damaging substance carbon dioxide as a raw material. INVITE, together with distinguished partners in industry and research, is developing technology solutions for CO2 conversion.

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New technologies and production concepts for the future: the EU's F³-Factory (Flexible, Fast and Future Factory) research project already is designing the modular factory of the future today.

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In the near future, there will be a significant increase in the importance of biological pharmaceuticals with more patient-specific effects which requires the development of production technologies that are faster, more flexible and more cost-efficient. Therefore it is the MoBiDiK-Project's task to achieve a change in bioprocessing by using modularity, disposable technologies and continuous processing technologies.

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In an integrative approach SYNFLOW develops the basis for new and widely applicable sustainable production technologies in low to medium scale chemical production. The vision of SYNFLOW is to shift paradigm from batch-wise large volume processes comprising many separate unit operations to highly integrated and yet flexible catalytic continuous-flow processing. By providing solutions for widespread, low-cost and high-quality sustainable chemistry production SYNFLOW addresses one of the key challenge for future industrial competitiveness in Europe.

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In the recent past there have been (especially in NRW) many activities and effort taken for the development of innovative and resource efficient production technologies.
The proposed network represents partners with high expertise and provides total solutions for better and future process technologies. The project FuMaChem (Future manufacturing concepts in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry) strives to make this capabilities and technologies known to an interested audience in Asia.
This project is founded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)