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Research Grants

KliniPharm was selected by the German Ministry of Education and Research and the European Commission’s Research Directorate-General to participate in a number of marine research projects. Under the guidance of these sponsored research projects, KliniPharm successfully identified, characterized, isolated, and developed sustainable and scalable methods to harvest and produce innovative substances derived from marine species for cosmetic and pharmaceutical applications. eleana™, our novel skin care and wellness line, is the result of these efforts and is supported by numerous patents, scientific publications, and years of scientific research.


BMBF Project
Under sponsorship of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, KliniPharm scientists successfully identified more than ten promising species out of hundreds with the desired active profiles: protection against bacterial infections, viral infections, tumor development, or inflammatory toxic cell damage, which can cause chronic inflammation of the skin, mucosa or nerves. The three most potent and unique species were selected for development, leading to the creation of our innovative skin care and wellness product lines.


SPONGE Project
KliniPharm was selected by the European Community to conduct the SPONGE research project, where it showed for the first time that commercializable amounts of active substances could be harvested from sponge cultures using novel cultivation and extraction techniques. On foundation of these discoveries, KliniPharm developed its product prototypes, which include using nano-particles as drug delivery vehicles.


SPONGES Project
Spawned by the European Community’s desire to initiate a sustainable sponge industry in Europe, KliniPharm was selected to participate in the SPONGES research project, and successfully demonstrated that large-scale production of sponge biomass is possible. These findings led to the development of KliniPharm’s anti-aging product line containing marine sponge collagen.


BluePharmTrain European Marie Curie
From 2013 till 2017, KliniPharm was partner of the European BluePharmTrain project, a European Marie Curie Network of 20 scientifique and industrial organisations for the scientifique qualification and education of post-graduate and PhD students.



Scientific Collaborations

KliniPharm’s R&D accomplishments are the result of our extensive expertise in skin care, transdermal drug delivery, marine biotechnology, and pharmacology, as well as with long-established collaborations with national and international scientific institutes. A selection of our main research collaborators is listed below.

AGENCIA ESTATAL CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS  AGENCIA ESTATAL CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS
Blanes, Spain
Department of Marine Ecology
Iosune Uriz Lespe, Ph.D.

CARDIFF UNIVERSITY  CARDIFF UNIVERSITY
CF24 ODE CARDIFF
United Kingdom
Rebecca Blackwell

ceab  Center for Advanced Studies of Blanes (CEAB)
Blanes, Spain
Department of Marine Ecology
Iosune Uriz Lespe, Ph.D.

cnr  Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
Pozzuoli (Naples), Italy
Institute of Biomolecular Chemistry
Salvatore DeRosa, Ph.D.

EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZURICH  EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZURICH
8092 ZUERICH
Switzerland
Joern Piel

HASKOLI ISLANDS  HASKOLI ISLANDS
IS 101 REYKJAVIK
Iceland
Margret Thorsteinsdottir

goethe-universitaet  Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt
Frankfurt, Germany
Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology
Jörg Kreuter, Ph.D.

gutenberg-universitaet  Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Mainz, Germany
Institute of Physiologal Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry
Werner E. G. Müller, Ph.D.

julius-maximilians-universitaet  Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg
Würzburg, Germany
Center for Operative Medicine
Martin Gasser, M.D.

DSMZ  LEIBNIZ-INSTITUT DSMZ-DEUTSCHE SAMMLUNG VON MIKROORGANISMEN UND ZELLKULTUREN GMBH
38124 BRAUNSCHWEIG
Germany
Birgit Gerstel

matis  MATIS OHF
112 REYKJAVIK
Iceland
Ragnar Johannsson

max planck  Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology
Bremen, Germany
Department of Biogeochemistry
Friederike Hoffmann, Ph.D.

PHARMAMAR  PHARMAMAR, S.A.U.
28770 COLMENAR VIEJO (MADRID)
Spain
Simon Munt

Queen’s University Belfast  Queen’s University Belfast
Belfast, UK
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Fraser J. Buchanan, Ph.D.

RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT GRONINGEN  RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT GRONINGEN
9712CP GRONINGEN
Netherlands
Dick Veldhuis

royal-netherlands-institute  Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Den Burg, The Netherlands
Department of Biological Oceanography
Fleur C. van Duyl, Ph.D.

institut-ruder-boskovic  Ruder Boskovic Institute
Rovinj, Croatia
Center for Marine Research
Renato Batel, Ph.D.

biotec-marin  Tallinn University of Technology
Tallinn, Estonia
Department of Gene Technology
Merike Kelve, Ph.D.

tu-braunschweig  Technical University of Braunschweig
Braunschweig, Germany
Institute of Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Siegmund Lang, Ph.D.

tu-dresden  Technical University of Dresden
Dresden, Germany
Institute of Materials Science &
Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials
Thomas Hanke, Ph.D.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK  UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK - NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, CORK
T12 Cork
Ireland

University of Bath  University of Bath
Bath, UK
Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
Nikoletta Fotaki, Ph.D.

university-of-bergen  University of Bergen
Bergen, Norway
Department of Biology
Hans Tore Rapp, Ph.D.

wageningen-university  Wageningen University
Wageningen, The Netherlands
Aquaculture and Fisheries Group
Ronald Osinga, Ph.D.

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