26.12.2019 | 
Science
YSU PHD STUDENT STUDIES THE SEPARATION OF ACTIVE SUBSTANCES FROM SECONDARY WASTE OF THE PRODUCTION OF MEDICAL OILS
YSU PHD STUDENT STUDIES THE SEPARATION OF ACTIVE SUBSTANCES FROM SECONDARY WASTE OF THE PRODUCTION OF MEDICAL OILS
The topic “Separation of active substances from secondary waste from the production of medical oils” by Hayk Petrosyan, a graduate student at YSU Institute of Pharmacy, received funding from the Enterprise Incubator Fund and the “Postgraduate Support Program 2019” organized by PMI Science.

In a conversation with us, Hayk Petrosyan noted that the goal of the project is to introduce a safe technology for separating biologically active substances (with high pharmacological properties) from the secondary waste of the production of vegetable oils used in traditional medicine as well as organizing a small production of biologically active substances.

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