A Slovenian research organization has developed a method for controlled aggregation of microbial cells. The method is useful in different biotechnology fields such as plant and food biotechnology, fermentation, remediation, biofouling etc.
Partners who use microbial co-cultures in their biotechnological applications are sought for technical cooperation agreements to validate the technology in industrial environment.
Type of partner sought: Biotechnology companies that use microbial co-cultures for different applications (biotechnological fermentation, improvement of crop growth, production of food, remediation, production of fuels, biofouling as well as in medical setups including preparation of vaccines and bacteriotherapy in anticancer treatments etc.).