It was very lively again at the Faculty of Sciences, University of Banja Luka, our coordinating team's premises. The Rector of University, prof.dr Radoslav Gajanin visited as he wanted to celebrate the opening of a new structure 🏗 set through the Deep Green Inno project.
Thanks to our partners from International University of Sarajevo and passionate young teacher Emil Knezović, Ph.D. and his students.
Metallica-MIST Ltd. with whom our partners University of Ruse "Angel Kanchev" proudly signed an agreement, was established in 2002 in Ruse. The company laboratories for mechanical tests, chemical and structural analysis and its staff consists of highly qualified specialists 👨🎓 .
From the students' 👩🔬 point of view our Deep Green Inno project value becomes most "visible" when new equipment is supported. All of our consortium partners have purchased or co-financed number of the "new structures" arranged exactly with help of these infrastructural boost-ups.
Deep Green Inno project is ambitiously walking its path into trying to bring lasting changes into out five HEIs involved, by enriching 💎 the teaching program with promotion of innovation and entrepreneurship. Competitions related to the improved study contents are a great way for that.
Under the Deep Green Inno project a “Research and Training Centre” in the Department of Material Science and Technologies at the University of Ruse "Angel Kanchev" was established.
Establishing new partnerships for all HEI partners in Deep Green Inno project meant more than just KPIs on the paper. These were living communications, students being mentored in these new partners' premises, supporting their ambitions for scale-up with the data we can provide from academia.
Green material technologies relate not only to modern productions and applications but to ancient ones as well. This was very well demonstrated throughout last weeks of Deep Green Inno project first phase to the students of our partner Universiteti Polis.
Our project message is spreading ever far! 🔔🔔🔔 Thanks to the significance of our project for the local scientific community, Deep Green Inno project coordinator Prof.dr Suzana Gotovac Atlagić was invited to be the member of the jury in the finale of the 17th Competition for the Best Technological Award.