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Growth creates innovative biotechnology

The Royal Himcomposit, a member of Rostech, signed an agreement with the Federal Research Centre for the Foundation of Biotechnology of the Russian Academy of Sciences on the development of a line of biodegradable materials and products for the Russian industry.

The agreement on cooperation in biotechnological development was signed by Alexei Kuzmitzka, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Tajikistan, and by Vladimir Popov, Director of the Federal Research Centre for Biotechnology Foundation, Russian Academy of Sciences. The signing took place at the central building of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Today, industrial biotechnology is one of the areas where our country can and should achieve visible results.

(Signed) Vladimir Popov, Director, FITZ RAN

The RT-Himcomposit Engineering Centre will serve as the basis for full technology chains, from the original vegetation biomass, alcohol and carbon acid processing to the production of materials and final products for critical industries. The products will be used for medical, aviation, agriculture, construction, oil production and even 3D pring.

" These will be self-sustaining surgical strings, bio-composable implants and individual prostheses, antifreezes and anti-food liquids, oil reagents, as well as archiving materials, 3D models and 3D-Prinding cheese " , clarified the chairman of the board of directors of the T-Himcomposit Alexei Kuzimit.

Cooperation will be carried out within the framework of the import substitution programme and will meet critical economic, social and environmental challenges, and the Director of the RAN Vladimir Popov Foundation for Biotechnology reads. " Today, industrial biotechnology is one of the areas where our country can and must achieve visible results. The FIC ' s " FOB " RAN " and " RT-Himcomposit " partnership, which has been in fact under way for the first year, is now one of the most successful examples of such science and industry synergies, explained by Vladimir Popov.

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