Scientists from a Polish university, who specialise in bio-immobilisation technologies and packaging materials, have developed the melamine-modified gelatine - a material for the production of films and coatings employed in food and pharmaceutical industries. The material is cheaper, more effective at preventing oxidation and photodegradation, and its production is safer for the environment than the other solutions.
Partnership under license or technical cooperation agreements is offered:
License agreement - Type of partner: industry, particularly food and packaging producers and pharmaceutical companies. - Role of Partner Sought: to buy the right to use (i.e. the license to) the technology, introduce it to the partner's production processes and manufacture melamine-modified gelatine-based packagings/cases. Technical cooperation agreement - Type of Partner Sought: industry, particularly food and packaging producers and pharmaceutical companies. - Role of Partner Sought: to provide means, including their existing production capacities, necessary to further develop and improve the technology. More info