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We are proud to announce that we are one of the 24 partners with great experience and competencies in membrane technology who "are united to successfully transfer the technological concept of highly efficient catalytic membrane reactor (CMR) to other sectors of the chemical industry." with this EU project!

For more information please visit: https://www.macbeth-project.eu/

 

 

The Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology (acib) is an international competence centre, developing new, environmentally friendly, economically and technically advanced processes for the biotechnological, pharmaceutical and chemical industry. As a partner of acib, Microinnova participates in the development of pressurized continuous flow production plants for gas dependent biocatalytic reactions.
 
For more information please visit: acib.at
 
 

 

Microinnova Engineering is an industrial partner for manufacturing and plant design for Professor C. Oliver Kappe's project CC Flow. It is part of the COMET K-Project line which aims to connect industry and academic institutions in an effort to "generate expertise and technology enabling the continuous manufacturing of APIs in an efficient, safe and sustainable manner."

For more information please visit: http://goflow.at/cc-flow/

 

For this project with the Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering GmbH (RCPE) we are partnered with the Institute of Chemistry at University of Graz (Prof. Kappe), the Institute of Automation and Control at Graz University of Technology (Prof. Horn) and evon GmbH. Together we strive to highlight the advantages of continuous flow processing and realize a control concept for API synthesis which will anticipate system failures or other occurances impacting the quality of the product. 

For more information please visit: http://goflow.at/synthesis-control/

 

 

Microinnova Engineering is a participant in the ONE-FLOW Research Project. The goal of the project is to develop a digital flow cascade machinery which performs all multiple reactions in one step, meaning in one flow.

The Methodology of the Project is that instead of using the machinery complexity “vertical hierarchy” (i.e., along the flow axis) a "horizontal hierarchy" by compartmentalization, i.e. integrated biomimetic self-assemblies and modern switchable fluid structuring, along the footsteps of nature's systems biology will be used. Five cascade reactions will be developed: (i)4 synthetic flow reaction networks - 'Metabolic pathways’; (ii)1 flow cascade driven by automated intelligence - "Signaling pathways"; (iii) 4 catalytic cascades -  1 bio-hetchemo, 2 chemobio, 1 fully bio.

For Information see: www.one-flow.org

 

Microinnova Engineering is a member of the COSMIC Project (Continuous Sonication and Microwave reactors for high-value product synthesis). This project is funded by the European Commission as part of Horizon 2020, the innovative Training Networks. The goal of the project is to develop resource-efficient multiphase reactions in the fields of organic synthesis and nanoparticle synthesis, intensified reactors that efficiently integrate milliflow technology with ultrasound and/or microwave actuation and knowledge-based assessment and decision methodologies to evaluate and select process-intensification technologies.

For more information visit: http://cosmic-etn.eu/, https://ec.europa.eu/commission

 


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 BIOGO

 

Nowadays, the petro-chemical market in Europe faces a multitude of challenges and has to fulfill its environmental, economic and societal responsibilities. Thus, discovering innovative ways to provide novel and sustainable solutions is part of the business of the petro-chemical industry. There is a dire need to completely rethink the actual production processes and improve them with the use of cleaner technologies.

BIOGO focuses these problems and tries to improve production processes with sustainable sources, especially biofuels. With the help of modern technologies, such as the advancement of nanocatalysts for biofuel synthesis and/or innovative reactor technology, BIOGO will help to develop this sector. Starting from bio-feedstock to hydrocarbon fuel within one system (Flow Miniplant) including all reaction and separation steps will be the contribution of this project. Thus, the European Commission's goal of maximizing the contribution of nanotechnology in sustainable developments in the energy sector is fulfilled by BIOGO.

More information visit www.biogo.eu

 

COPIRIDE

 

COPIRIDE stands for Combining Process Intensification-driven Manufacture of Microstructured Reactors and Process Design regarding to Industrial Dimensions and Environment. Within the European research project COPIRIDE, Microinnova has cooperated with partners, such as Evonik-Degussa and the Institute for Micro-Technology Mainz (IMM), to develop the chemical plant of the future and its infrastructure.

COPIRIDE has developed a multifunctional and all-purpose plant platform with a very high flexibility. Multiple plants and reactors are integrated in compact format e.g. a container to be applicable for different processes at different locations. Maximizing productivity by minimizing set-up time as well as improving sustainability and lowering capital costs are goals which have been fulfilled by the COPIRIDE project and project members. Additionally, higher process safety and energy efficiency linked this project to direct economic benefits in the range of millions of € per year.

More information visit www.copiride.eu

 

CAEC

 

In the European CAEC (Continuous Annular Electro-Chromatography) research project, Microinnova developed a concept in the field of separation technology together with partners like Novartis Pharma AG.

More information visit: CAEC

 

 

Partners

Together with other companies Microinnova Engineering GmbH designs efficient processes characterized by "Quality by Design" (QbD).

Institute for Process and Particle Engineering - TU Graz 

Fraunhofer ICT-IMM in Mainz

Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering (RCPE) 

Institute of Organic Chemistry - KF University of Graz

 

“At any time exploring new routes to ultimately improve our core capabilities and knowledge”

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