yin-yang pathThanks to its Multi-Actors Cooperation model, MAC-Team is highly committed to develop projects for the best outcomes and impact. Dealing with change management, innovative approaches via projects supported by more global policies (and programming agendas), MAC-Team is looking to accompany its partners by providing methodologies and support to reach best impact and build evidence via the projects outcomes. Result Based Management and Outcome Mapping are two areas that MAC-Team is pragmatically looking at to drive projects from results and outcomes towards broader impact.


balanced-stonesMAC-Team already participated to various projects dealing with new learning pathways and learning/sharing valorisation and validation. We are looking to combine former results and to participate towards effective open knowledge and personal development.




three-stones-zenMAC-Team is actively involved in projects dealing with the Knowledge Triangle and Quadruple Helix approach. Enterpreneurship and business development are key dimensions in these models. With its Multi-Actors Cooperation DNA, MAC-Team wants to implement projects that directly support the society and its development. MAC-Team is also convinced in new business models and activity models (not only employment) of individuals and networked enterprises.




stone-flowerFrom its start, MAC-Team has been actively involved in agro-food, farming, agriculture, environmental and sustainabel development projects. Several of its founding members have been jointly working on these projects since the begining of the 90's, already in a European context, thanks to the COMETT programme at that time. Several topics are of interest to add on previous projects (which are still developing): Water resources, Nutritional and well-being concerns, access to farming for non-graduated/certified farmer candidates (or retraining), rural/urban developments, rural business.


Enzymes technologiesEnzyme Technologies
Chemical Biology of Enzymes for Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Applications, by Yang, Hsiu-Chiung / Yeh, Wu-Kuang / McCarthy, J. R.

Highlighting the critical importance of enzymes in pharmaceutical and biotechnology research, Enzyme Technologies presents thorough discussions on chemical biology of enzymes, redesigning binding and catalytic specificities of enzymes, and applications of enzymes to biotechnology research in the post-genomic era.

This timely review presents researchers, students, and faculty with expert reviews of recent progress in comprehending molecular mechanisms of biosynthetic and biocatalytic processes as well as how to utilize that knowledge for practical applications.