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Textile research labs to unlock project T-Pot

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Mar '10
Radovan Fuchs, Minister of Science, Education and Sports inaugurated two new laboratories at Zagreb's Faculty of Textile Technology. "Unlocking the Croatian Textile T-Pot" is the project for which the lab facilities will be utilized. The project is led by Professor Sandra Bischof Vukusic.

In context of EU project FP7-RegPot (Research Potential) competition that commenced in March 2009 and will be concluding in September 2011, the T-Pot project will receive finance of about one million Euros. Laboratory equipments are believed to consume 40 percent of the finance.

The broad objectives of the T-Pot project is to unbolt and build up the research potential at the Faculty of Textile Technology (TTF), so as to increase the Croatian textile organization's participation towards the European level research activities and also to aid the Croatian textile entity's process of synchronization and assimilation in the European Union Area of Research.

They intend to build new technologies and materials for the advantage of Croatian economy. It is also anticipated that the project will help develop Croatian entrepreneurship and raise Croatian textile product's competitiveness in international markets.

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