Research cooperation with CTR receives Science2Business Award 2017

05/16/2017

Forschungskooperation erhäkt sciencetobusiness award 2017 CTR-Sensoren machen das Kochen smarter
The ‘SensoFood – Smart Sensors für Healthy Cooking’ research project by Philips Austria Klagenfurt, CTR Carinthian Tech Research and partners, the Medical University of Innsbruck and University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU) gained certificate of recognition for the best cooperation in economy and science.

Smart kitchen appliances

How can foods be processed in the best way possible while retaining the maximum level of healthy content? And how can smart kitchen appliances help to achieve healthy, tasty and fast cooking in the future? These central questions were addressed by economy and science as part of the ‘SensoFood’ research project.

Initiated by Philips Klagenfurt and research partners CTR Carinthian Tech Research, the Medical University of Innsbruck and the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, the multi-disciplinary project team conducted research into how cooking and juicing can be made healthier in the future using integrated smart sensors. The first product developments were already underway and beginning to provide amateur and lay chefs with new possibilities for preparing food in a simple, tasty and above all healthy way.

Further research work was instigated or is currently underway as a result of this cooperation.

Science2Business Award 2017

The lengthy and visionary ‘open innovation’ research cooperation was presented with the Science2Business Award 2017. The Science2Business Award seeks out the best research cooperation between companies and research institutes. This year, a total of 23 projects across Austria with over 107 cooperation partners applied.

The focus of the evaluation was on implementation management: how can a promising scientific idea be transformed into economic success? The Science2Business Award is presented by the Federal Ministry for Science, Research and Economy.

Photo credit: ©life-science|Anna Rauchenberger

05/16/2017

Forschungskooperation erhäkt sciencetobusiness award 2017 CTR-Sensoren machen das Kochen smarter