Project G4687 “New Phytotechnology for Cleaning Contaminated Military Sites” is granted to the Institute as Multy-Year Research Project by NATO Science for Peace and Security Program (SPS)

Project G4687 “New Phytotechnology for Cleaning Contaminated Military Sites” is granted to the Institute as Multy-Year Research Project by NATO Science for Peace and Security Program (SPS). Beginning of the project: 2016; End of the project: 2018. Project manager from the Institute – Professor Nurzhanova Asil. Participants: Kansas State University USA; National University of Life and Environmental Science, Ukraine; Jan Evangelista Purkyne University Czech Republic; National University «Lvivska Politechnika»; Kansas Agricultural Experimental Station, Kansas, USA. The  primary  goal  of  this  research is  to  improve  environmental  security  by developing methods to produce biomass in large quantities on contaminated military lands such that the two goals of biomass production and soil improvement are accomplished effectively and efficiently.

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