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Magnetically responsive (nano)fibres.
Supported from: MSMT (LD14075)
Project duration: 2014 – 2017

Stabilization of superparamagnetic nanoparticles in aqueous solutions by means of amphiphilic and hydrophilic block copolymers.
Proposer: UK Praha
Supported from: GA ČR (14-11516S)
Project duration: 2014 – 2017

Magnetic modification of biochar and activated charcoal and their applications for xenobiotics removal from water.
Supported from: MŠMT (LD14066)
Project duration: 2014 – 2016

Magnetic composite materials for removal of pollutants.
Supported from: GA CR (13-13709S)
Project duration: 2013 – 2015

Magnetic materials for innovative bioprocesses for natural flavour bioproduction.
Supported from: MSMT (LD13023)
Project duration: 2013 – 2014

Smart biomaterials for bioapplications.
Supported from: MSMT (LD13021)
Project duration: 2013 – 2014

Development of new material from waste biomass for hydrocarbons adsorption in aquatic environments.
Operational Program “Education and Lifelong Learning” of the National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF) – Research Funding Program: THALES. Investing in knowledge society through the European Social Fund.
Proposer: University Of Piraeus, Grece
Supported from: ESF
Project duration: 2011 – 2015

Proposer: Institute of Experimental Physics SAV, Kosice, Slovakia
Supported from: ESF (26110230061)
Project duration: 2012 – 2013

Biochar as option for sustainable resource management.
Supported from: ESF (COST TD1107)
Project duration: 2012 – 2016

Food waste valorisation for sustainable chemicals, materials & fuels.
Supported from: ESF (COST TD1203)
Project duration: 2012 – 2016

Electrospun Nano-fibres for bio inspired composite materials and innovative industrial applications.
Supported from: ESF (COST MP1206)
Project duration: 2013 – 2017

Study and application of biogenic iron oxides produced by Leptothrix ochracea.
Bilateral project AV CR – JSPS, collaboration with Okayama University, Japan
Supported from: MSMT (LH 11111), JSPS (FY2011)
Project duration: 2011 – 2013

The development of a remediation module for variable applications of remediation technology.
Project coordinator: Mikrochem LKT, s.r.o, Trebon, CR
Supported from: MPO
Project duration: 2011-2014

Magnetic nano- and microparticles for advanced membrane water treeatment.
Supported from
: Grant Agency of the Czech Republic (P503/11/2263)
Project duration: 2011 – 2013

Smart biomaterials for bioapplications.
COST TD1003: Bio-inspired nanotechnologies: from concepts to applications
Supported from: ESF
Project duration: 2010-2014

Magnetic materials for innovative bioprocesses for natural flavour bioproduction.
COST FA0907: Yeast flavour production – New biocatalysts and novel molecular mechanisms (BIOFLAVOUR)
Supported from: ESF
Project duration:: 2010-2014

CON-NANO – Research, Development & Innovation and Graduation Network on    Nanobiotechnology.
Cooperation: Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Brasilia, Brazil
Supported from: CAPES (Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nivel Superior)
Project duration: 2009-2012

Magnetic composite materials for bioapplications.
COST MP0701: Composites with Novel Functional and Structural Properties by Nanoscale Materials
Supported from: Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (OC09052), ESF
Project duration: 2009-2012

Magnetic nanomaterials for immobilization of cyclodextrin glucanotranspherase producing gamma- and beta-cyclodextrins.
Cooperation: Institute of Microbiology BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria
Supported from: National Science Fund, Ministry of Education and Science ofBulgaria. (VUH 301/07), AS CR
Project duration: 2007-2010

Magnetic modification of renewable polymeric materials and microbial cells.
COST 868: Functionalisation of renewable Polymeric Materials
Supported from: Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (OC157), ESF
Project duration: 2007-2010

Magnetic composite materials.
Supported from: Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic (2A-1TP1/094)
Project duration: 2006-2011

Magnetic techniques for the detection and determination of xenobiotics in water.
COST 636: Xenobiotics in the Urban Water Cycle
Supported from: Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (OC108), ESF
Project duration: 2005-2008

Isolation of alkalophilic bacilli from Bulgarian thermal springs and soils for thermostable beta-cyclodextrin glucanotransferase production.
Cooperation: Institute of Microbiology BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria
Supported from: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (B-1521/05), AS CR
Project duration: 2005-2008

Magnetic immobilization of alkalophilic bacilli for cyclodextrin  glucanotransferase production.
Cooperation: Institute of Microbiology BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria
Supported from: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (34/05), AS CR
Project duration: 2005-2007

Magnetic separation of important biologically active compounds from eggs.
COST 923: Multidisciplinary Hen Egg Research
Supported from: Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (1P05OC053), ESF
Project duration: 2004-2006

Extraction of non-ionic surfactants, alkylphenols and phthalates from water environment using magnetic solid adsorbents.
Supported from: Grant Agency of the Czech Republic (203/03/1070)
Project duration: 2003 – 2005

Development and study of magnetic detection, separation and labeling techniques and their applications in biosciences and biotechnologies.
Supported from: Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (IBS6087204)
Project duration: 2002-2005

Magnetically labelled biocompatible nanoparticles for fibrinolytic drugs delivery system.
Project coordinator: University of Pisa, Italy
Supported fromEU – FP5 (G5RD-2000-00294)
Project duration: 2002 – 2005

Magnetic techniques in biosciences and biotechnologies.
Cooperation: Nagoya University, Japan
Supported from: Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (ME 583)
Project duration: 2002-2004

Isolation of mixed microbial populations from Bulgarian and Czech sources, capable to biodegrade chelating agents and their metal complexes.
Cooperation: Institute of Microbiology BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria
Supported from: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (26/2002)
Project duration: 2002-2004

Study of magnetic nano- a microparticles and their biomedical applications.
Czech-Slovak bilateral cooperation
Supported from: Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic
Project duration: 2002-2003

Applications of magnetic nanoparticles for the separation and determination of biologically active compounds and cells.
COST 523: Nano-structured materials
Supported from: Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (OC523.80), ESF
Project duration: 2001 – 2004

Cell Biology and lasers: Towards new technologies. WP2-Stabilization of native and modified hydrolytic enzymes.
Project coordinator: UNESCO Associated Centre of Excelence at Vilnius University,Lithuania
Supported from: EU – FP5 (ICA1-CT-2000-70027)
Project duration: 2001 – 2003

Applications of magnetic fluids in medicine.
Supported from: NATO (LST.CLG.977500)
Project duration: 2001 – 2002

Development of methods for the isolation of biologically active compounds using magnetic separation techniques.
Supported: Grant Agency of the Czech Republic (203/98/1145)
Project duration: 1998 – 2000

Immunomagnetic separation of microbial pathogens.
Cooperation: Nottingham Trent University, Great Britain
Supported from: British Council
Project duration: 1997 – 1999

Development of magnetic sorbents for the isolation and modification of selected biologically active compounds, cells and  environmental contaminants.
Supported from: Grant Agency of the Czech Republic (203/93/0268)
Project duration: 1993 – 1995

Derivatization of CL-23827 and its main metabolite CL-9673 for gas  chromatography determination in plant matrix. Determination of CL-23827 solubility in different solvents according the modified CIPAC 157.1 and 157.2 method.
Supported from: Agrolinz Agrarchemikalien G.m.b.H., Linz, Austria
Project duration: 1993 – 1994

Development of  chromatografic methods for chiral separation of pharmacologically important compounds and pesticides.
SupportedMinistry of Education of the Czech Republic (713)
Project duration: 1993

Biometal – study of interactions between microorganisms and heavy  metals and their biotechnological applications for
the decontamination.

Supported from: Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (64901)
Project duration: 1993

Biological processes occurring in compacted soil and after its melioration.
Supported from:  Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (6605)
Project duration: 1991-1993