UACOOPERA University of Aveiro posted this:
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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Mycobacterium marinum bacteria-based vaccine for fishMutant Mycobacterium marinum bacteria as a vaccine against Mycobacteriosis in fish Project ID : 24-2018-4681
Alexander Kvashnin posted this:
Director at Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University
Zakir Hossain, PhD posted this:
R&D Staff / Researcher at University of Bath
Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:A displacement desorption process and apparatus for light olefin separation and high-purity olefin production.The present technology relates to a process and apparatus for recovering high-purity olefin from mixed gasses containing light olefins (ethylene, propylene, etc.). Olefin is a long chain polymer synthetic-fibre created when ethylene and/or propylene gases are polymerized under specific conditions. The resultant material, olefin, has a myriad of applications in manufacturing, household products, clothing and petrochemical products including plastics and packaging. Due to the non-toxicity of olefin in water, as well as the structural stability of materials manufactured using olefin fibre, the material, in its purest form, offers numerous advantages to different sectors and in several industrial processes. Generally, distillation techniques have been used to separate olefin/paraffin mixtures. However, significant challenges arise during these conventional distillation processes due to the small difference in boiling point between olefin and paraffin, and the subsequent requirement that distillation columns must have several distillation trays. This requirement later incurs high energy and equipment costs. In recent years, technology advancements have enabled the reduction in olefin separation costs by using a process of separating olefin by absorption as opposed to the traditional method of separation through distillation. This advanced olefin separation technology builds on the capabilities of recently developed absorption methods, through the addition of a sophisticated displacement desorption process of desorbing absorbed ethylene using a desorbent. Light olefins production is a multi-billion-dollar commodity industry, and the olefin separation process is the most energy-intensive operation in the production of ethylene, propylene and other high-volume olefin petrochemicals. Using this patented displacement-desorption process the high energy requirement of olefin separation can be reduced, thus saving resources and improving economic efficiency.
National Cancer Institute CRO Aviano posted this:HPLC device for high-volume samples analysisFluidic device that allows high sample volume injection in HPLC systems and provides an automated purification step, reducing sensitivity problems and facilitating the analysis of extracted compounds from complex matrix.