Grants

Oxy solutions have received funding from different programs to support the development of our innovative technology to significantly increase wound healing rate through improved oxygenation along with moisture, and protection against infection.

Our projects are based on the development of our innovative technology for treatment of chronic wounds. Insufficient oxygenation of wounds, due to poor blood circulation impairs proper wound healing. A prefabricated oxygenated dressing with significant wound healing efficacy and low cost will be delivered. A prerequisite for development and evaluation of the product is an improved analytical technique. Therefore, the project will also include refinement of a technology for accurate oxygen measurements.

We also have joint projects on-going to test and develop an alternative wound healing product in order to help to strengthen the breadth of technology and different uses within wound healing products and solutions.

For the period 2020 – 2022 Oxy Solutions have received funding from the Norwegian Research Council, through the Nano2021 program for the development of an oxygenated biopolymer for medical applications. See more information in link.

Some of our projects and partners include funding, collaboration and support from:

Eurostars supports international innovative projects led by research and development- performing small- and medium-sized enterprises (R&D-performing SMEs).
The Reseach Council of Norway invest in research and innovation that builds knowledge for a sustainable future and meets major societal Challenges.
Innovation Norway is the Norwegian Government's most important instrument for innovation and development of Norwegian enterprises and industry. They support companies in developing their competitive advantage and to enhance innovation.
RISE PFI is an internationally acknowledged research institute within processes and products based on lignocellulose. PFI’s focus areas are biorefining and bioenergy, fibre technology and applications, nanocellulose and carbohydrate polymers and biocomposites. RISE PFI AS is part of the Swedish research institute RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden AB).