İnönü University (IU) Faculty of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry, '3. Received first and third prizes in the evaluation of 'R&D Project Market'.
Supported by the Ministry of Economy and organized by the Istanbul Chemicals and Products Exporters' Association and Mediterranean Exporters' Associations under the coordination of the Turkish Exporters' Assembly, the 3rd R&D Project Market in the Chemicals and Products Sector was held in Istanbul.
Within the scope of the 3rd R&D Project Market in the Chemicals and Products Sector, held at the Istanbul Haliç Congress and Exhibition Center, the independent Award Selection Committee of 16 people, consisting of industrialists, bureaucrats and academics, determined by the R&D Project Market Executive Board, consisted of academics, students, entrepreneurs and awarded the top three winners from each category out of 285 projects in the industrialist categories.
İnönü University was represented with 5 projects in the academician category. Assoc. Dr. Burhan Ateş was awarded the 187st prize with 10 thousand TL for a project he presented as the project coordinator, and another project was awarded the 1rd prize with 3 thousand TL.
Inonu University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Chemistry Assoc. Dr. Burhan Ates, Assoc. Dr. Süleyman Köytepe, Merve Karaaslan, Faculty of Medicine Assoc. Dr. Hakan Parlakpinar, Prof. Dr. Nigar Vardı and Prof. Dr. It was noted that the title of the project, which Cengiz Ara won the first prize, was 'Production of Polyphenol-Based Biocompatible Polyurethane Tissue Adhesive'.
Inonu University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Chemistry Assoc. Dr. Burhan Ates, Assoc. Dr. Süleyman Köytepe, Sevgi Balcıoğlu, Selam Gülgen and Hacettepe University Chemistry Department Prof. Dr. It was noted that the title of the project, for which Emir Baki Denkbaş received the Third Prize, was 'Production of Saccharide-Based Non-Harmful Polyurethane Paper Adhesive for Health'.
Source : Ajansmanisa
Günceleme: 06/11/2013 13:10
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