AUTHENT-NET - Food Authenticity Research Network
The project is aimed at facilitating of the sustainable co-operation between national and international research funding bodies in the area of food authenticity. The aim is to improve competitiveness within the food chain and consumer confidence through better coordinated and cost-effective R & D activities.
EC, H2020 (H2020-SFS-2015-1-696371), Project Solution Duration 1.4.2016 - 31.3.2018
Principal Investigator for ICT Prague: Prof. Jana Hajšlová, MSc, PhD
Collaborating Entity: Project Coordinator - Fera Science Ltd, York, UK
Type of collaboration: Coordinated Supported Action
Results: Contribution to the Food Authenticity Research Hub (FARNH) database, eg. in the form of the National Status Report, organization of workshops, newsletters, etc.
MultiCoop - Multidisciplinary approach to strengthen cooperation and establish novel platform for comprehensive assessment of food and feed safety
The project is aimed at enhancing of the cooperation and support for the emergence of new projects and human resources development for the participating partners (ICT Prague, QUB and BOKU) through the development of excellence and expertise in the area of comprehensive food safety and feed safety assessment.
EC, H2020 (H2020-TWINN-2015-Twinning, 692195), Project Solution Duration 1.1.2016 - 31.12.2018
Principal Investigator for ICT Prague and Project Coordinator: Prof. Jana Hajšlová, MSc, PhD
Collaborating entity: The University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU), Austria; Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, UK
Type of collaboration: Twinning
Results: Several training sessions were held in 2016, a number of dissemination activities such as presentations at international conferences etc.
Stranska-Zachariasova, M., Kastanek, P., Dzuman, Z., Rubert, J., Godula, M., Hajslova, J .: Bioprospecting of microalgae: Proper extraction followed by high performance liquid chromatography-high resolution mass spectrometric fingerprinting as key tools for successful metabolom Characterization. JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B-ANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGIES IN BIOMEDICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES (2016) 1015-1016: 22-33, (DOI: 10.1016 / j.chchromb.2016.01.050). IF 2,687
Stranska-Zachariasova, M., Kurniatants, I., Gbelcova, H., Jiru, M., Rubert, J., Nindhia, T.G.T., D'Acunto, C.W., Sumarsono, S.H., Tan, M.I., Hajslova, J., Ruml, T .: Bioprospecting of Turbinaria macroalgae as a potential Source of health protective compounds. Chemistry & Biodiversity, accepted. (DOI: 10.1002 / cbdv.201600192). IF 1.444
Microalgae as perspective sources of omega-3 unsaturated fatty acids and their incorporation into the human food chain
TAČR - TA03011027 (2013-2016)
Partner from Practice: Ecofuel Laboratories, s.r.o.
Characterization and selection of C. sativa for both food and non-food uses using biotechnological procedures and high-capacity methods
TAČR - TA04010331 (2014-2017)
Partner from practice: CANNABIS Pharma, s.r.o.
New comprehensive strategy for determining of the biological effects of mixtures of chemicals found in food and food supplements
GAČR (16-06008S), 2016 - 2018
Principal Investigator for ICT Prague and Project Coordinator: Assoc.Prof. Milena Stranska, PhD
Collaborating entity: Charles University in Prague, 1st Faculty of Medicine
Type of collaboration: Scientific research