With a team of specialists and an international network, TIBIO offers consulting services in the fields:
Toxicology and eco-toxicology studies: literature review, study design, coordination of research and development projects.
Scientific support for the development of analytical methods.
Consulting for historical-scientific studies, scientific dissemination and communication.
Consulting and expertise for environmental issues and industrial pollution, in support of engineering studies, including analytical chemistry support.
Scientific advice for the assessment and management of polluted sites.
Projects based on passive sampling techniques.
TIBIO has many years of experience in the field of bio-degradation of dielectric oils thanks to specially selected bacteria. We can therefore propose concrete solutions to solve problems of contamination or pollution, such as the innovative ODB system.
ODB System is a system for the emptying, treatment and decontamination of fluid oil electrical cables developed by TIBIO. This system allows to treat oil cables directly on site, without the need of expensive and complex cable removal operations.
Thanks to ODB System, oil-filled cables will no longer represent a risk to the environment!
Historically, TIBIO started as a biotechnology company, developing in-house knowledge for the industrial production of microorganisms, the management of R&D projects and the industrialization of processes.
These skills are now at the disposal of our customers.
We are therefore able to offer the development of R&D projects in the field of environmental biotechnology, chemistry, agrochemistry, green-chemistry and food-tech for both start-ups and companies. The projects can be managed internally, also thanks to its imprinted network of specialized partners, or carried out on behalf of the customer’s companies.
Our team is available to implement and carry out scientific research projects, developed independently or through collaborations with research institutes and universities, in the fields of biotechnology, analytical chemistry, toxicology and ecotoxicology.
Unlike third-party R&D projects, research projects are not aimed at developing products or services, but rather at better understanding scientific issues.