|Name of the scientific organization||Name of the research project||Name of the developed technology, product, or service that you plan to commercialize||Scientific novelty of research||Degree of research novelty||Branch||Full name, position, academic degree, qualification and work experience of the project supervisor||Contacts||Project Team||What commercial and consumer problems will be solved as a result of the project’s commercialization?|
|Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Research Institute of Biology and Biotechnology Problems||DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGY FOR HIGHLY EFFICIENT PROCESSING OF FRUIT AND BERRY PRODUCTS BY LYOPHILIZATION METHOD 0120RKI0015||Mobile lyophilization unit||The novelty of the Project is the localization of freeze-drying technology and the creation of a mobile plant for processing fruit and berry products directly in the area of harvesting||Import-substituting technology and import-substituting products. Currently, Kazakhstan does not produce freeze-drying plants and does not produce freeze-dried fruit and berry products||65.53.33 Food industry, canning, vegetable drying and food concentrate industry, production of dried vegetables and fruits||Ihsanov Yerbol Saginovich, PhD, SNS, Head of the Laboratory of Organic Synthesis and Chemistry of Medicinal Substances, 9 years of work experience||87775166526, email@example.com||1. Tokpayev Rustam Rishatovich, PhD, Head of the Laboratory of Sorption and Catalytic Processes, VNS. Work experience: 11 years. Specialist in commercialization projects, has experience in organizing three successful productions within the framework of RNNTD and World Bank commercialization projects. 2. G. K. Kusalina, specialist in commercialization. Work experience: 38 years. She has experience in sales of innovative products of commercialization projects (2017-2021) 3. Anastasia S. Shevchenko, PhD, NS employee of the Laboratory of Organic Synthesis and Chemistry of Medicinal Substances. Work experience: 9 years old. 4. Khavaza Tamina Narimanovna, PhD student, National Laboratory of Sorption and Catalytic Processes. Work experience: 5 years.Specialist in the field of high-pressure equipment. 5. Zair Tairovich Ibraimov, MNS of the Sorption and Catalytic Processes Laboratory. Specialist in the field of high-pressure equipment. Work experience: 3 years. 6. Sergey Soshin|
Design engineer, specialist in high-pressure equipment and supercritical processes.
Hardware developer. Work experience: 20 years old.
|The problem of constant financial expenses for preserving frozen products will be solved by replacing them with freeze-dried analogues. In addition, freeze-dried products have a lower mass, since water is removed from them|