Events

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The presentation of the AREA project and the Faculty at 83th Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad, 14-20 May 2016 .

AREA project was presented at 83th Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad. Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad is the leading trade fair in the field of agribusiness in the Western Balkans and Southeastern Europe. It gathers the most significant companies in agribusiness and agricultural production, scientists, business delegations and representatives of the media and visitors from all areas of social and economic sectors. The fair was visited by more than 125,000 visitors.

Training in DNA-based technologies

Assistant professor Tanja Petrović (IMMOBIOG) finished her training from 20th May to 30th May 2016 at Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Strasbourg, France. The aim of this training was to learn the different techniques of micro and nano encapsulation of active substances. Under the supervision of prof. Thierry Vandamme microencapsulation of active substance by extrusion-spheronization was done, using microcrystalline cellulose as a carrier.

Fact finding visits to other EU institutions to increase networking

Professor Radmila Stikić (Project coordinator and PLANTPHYS group leader) and Professor Zorica Jovanović (WP2 leader and member of PLANTPHYS group) visited Technology Transfer Office, Aarhus University, Aarhus, INCUBA Science Park, Aarhus, Agro Business Park, Foulum, Aarhus University and Department of Agroecology, Foulum, Aarhus University, from 22-26 May 2016.

Training in DNA-based technologies

Assist. Prof. Zorica Ranković-Vasić (FRUITBREED group) completed training in DNA-based technologies. The training was organized at School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, University of Reading, Reading, UK from 20th May to 30th May 2016, under the supervision of Dr. Matthew Ordidge and Edward Venison. Aim of this training was to learn new skills and methods from DNA-based technologies, which will allow the team to advance research in grape breeding with special attention to variability between collected samples of different grapevine cultivars.

Training in DNA-based technologies

Nemanja Mirković (FOODTECH group), PhD student, completed the training in HPLC and MALD-TOF. The training took place at the Teagasc Food Research Centre, Moorepark, Fermoy, Ireland, from 17th May to 31st May, 2016, under the supervision of Dr.Paul D. Cotter. Aim of the training was to obtain basic knowledge and skills necessary for using HPLC and MALDI-TOF for the purification and characterization of antimicrobial peptides from lactic acid bacteria.

Fact finding visits to other EU institutions to increase networking

Professor Viktor Nedović (IMMOBIOG) visited National Food Technology University, Kiev, Ukraine from 23 – 26 May, 2016. The host of visit was Prof. Yaroslav Zasyadko, Pro-rector of the University (International and European integration). The visit was focused on establishing of new cooperation initiating new activities and projects (in Horizon 2020), exchange of students, cooperation in technology transfer.

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