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Iliauni project - winner of the state grant call for the Applied Research of Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia

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The project of Ilia State University is the winner of the 2022 state grant call for the Applied Research of the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia.

1 project was submitted by the university at the evaluation stage.

The winning project:

  1. Multiplex PCR technology for detection of oil crops –Principal Investigator,Associate Professor Neli Datukishvili

The Applied Research grant scheme aims to discover applied research potential in Georgia and provide funding for innovative research projects. Special emphasis is put on innovative project proposals, that potentially result in high-quality products demanded on local and international markets and that provide solutions within technology development processes. Application, sustainability and commercialization potential of research outcomes should be highlighted. Creating a prototype, developing new or improved software, and producing material, medical products, equipment etc., can be viewed as expected outcomes of the applied research grants. Applied Research grant also sets objectives to encourage a competitive research environment, bring research outcomes closer to international standards, and facilitate research internationalization and integration in the higher education sector. It also aims to motivate young researchers and increase their engagement in applied research.

Link: https://bit.ly/3WK0LxX

2022

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