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Ivan Rodriguez Rosello posted this:Technology for locating injured people in areas without mobile phone coverageThe technology developed by researchers at the University of Alicante allows the use of a smartphone to locate people injured in remote environments where there is no mobile phone coverage (GSM/UMTS). The smartphone emits a Wi-Fi signal that acts as a distress beacon and can reach a distance of several kilometers. The system allows to locate exactly the injured and can be implemented on any Android smartphone model. This technology is especially suitable for situations where there is no possibility of establishing communication using mobile phone networks and where speed in the rescue is essential to save lives. Two areas have been identified where the system can be vital: rescue of people in high mountain and sea rescue (man on the water).
Licensing Manager at Universidad de Alicante
Jhonny Ramirez Dala posted this:Technology to control CORROSION UNDER INSULATIONThis technology includes three devices to be patented, one new inspection technique has been developed including inspection procedure and a controlling software. I am seeking interested company or person for investment and to be partner.
Independent Reseacher for the solution of technological important problems in refining industry at Independent
Melvyn Ho posted this:Technology to Modify Alcohol Content in Alcoholic BeveragesThe company has developed an innovative process which removes only the alcohol while preserving all other flavours in beer. The patented technology is currently in system prototype state (TRL 6) and the company is keen to partner with global breweries and other global beverage companies to develop low-alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages. Shifting beverage consumption patterns along with rising preference for low liquor content beverages are the key factor propelling non-alcoholic beer demand. Increasing health awareness among consumers towards the harmful effects of liquor coupled with changing lifestyle is expected to propel industry growth. Considerable shift of young individuals to purchase a variety of alcohol-free or low alcohol variants is expected to drive product penetration. The changing demographic trends of growing Muslim population has also provided a positive outlook for non-alcoholic beer market. But TASTE is still a major issue which has held back a real boom of non-alcoholic beer. Market shares could easily rise to 20-25% of total sales volume from today's 3-4%, if the right technology comes along. Current biological or physical processes so far used to remove or prevent alcohol often also remove taste-related flavours or alter the flavour profile of the finished product.
Open Innovation Manager at Clariant
Technology Transfer Office
CITCEA-UPC posted this:Technology transfer in renewable energies, power electronics, energy control, electrical vehicles...CITCEA-UPC is a technology transfer center which was created in 2001 within the UPC (Universitat PolitÃ¨cnica de Catalunya, BarcelonaTech), and it is specialized in responding to electrical and electronic technological challenges. The aim of the center is to receive these challenges and solve them by creating a functional prototype that will serve the companies to eventually develop a new commercial product or to solve a new technological problem created by the growth and evolution of the society.
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas posted this:Test for oral tolerance to triglycerides in humansThe Instituto de la Grasa of CSIC and University of Seville have developed a fast and simple procedure to evaluate the tolerance to dietary fats (triglycerides) in humans. A novel emulsified composition, easy to take and digest, is supplied to patients, and then the peak of triglycerides in blood and their clearance are determine in a short period of 4 hours. Companies interested in exploiting this technology under a patent license are sought. An offer for patent licensing
Guillermo Rodríguez posted this:Test for rapid quantifying Legionella in waters (1 hour) (Legipid) based on Immuno-Magnetic Separation (IMS)Advanced immunosensing for determination of Legionella in water scenarios. Friendly packaging. Validated and certified technique. Proven technology with available successful cases on both preventative and outbreak situations, supported by scientific and technical papers. Immuno-Magnetic Separation (IMS) requires the sample to be prepared according to the concentration step from ISO 11731:2017. There is an environmental test kit available for the detection of Legionella spp. which attaches microscopic magnets to live bacteria in order to enable detection. The result can be crudely measured by a colour change, or more accurately with the use of a photometer. This method can be advantageous in field laboratories which do not have the facilities to handle the growth and disposal of hazardous micro-organisms.
R&D Manager at Biótica, Bioquímica Analítica,S.L.
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Universitat de València posted this:Test Kit for anionic surfactant in waterThe most remarkable advantages provided by this technology are: o Simplicity and versatility of the kit, which allows carrying out a high throughput screening or in situ analysis with very short analysis times. o Low analysis cost, since dyes, organic solvents that generate residues and instrumental equipment are not used. o High sensitivity of the method, that detect anionic surfactant concentration lower than the maximum residue limit established in most of the environmental legislation.
Langsoft posted this:Text to speech Machine TranslationOur text to speech technology is based on whole words, phrases and concepts, not on phonemes and syllables. Our programs pronounce, with a human voice, only words or meanings that exist in the language and do that immediately, with the translation. As such, our programs fully preserve the accent and the stress of the spoken word.
Steinbeis Centre for Technology Transfer India posted this:Textile Reinforced Concrete Prototyping TechnologyTextile Reinforced Concrete Prototyping Technology (TRCPT) encompasses green and innovative construction practices that can be deployed to make products without using moulds. Some of the key features of the technology are: • Prototyping of Textile reinforced composite sheets yields products of various shapes and forms for structural as well as nonstructural applications. • Roofing sheets, slabs, tiles, filigree products, shells, pipes, etc. are some of the products made by using TRCPT. • The products can find a host of applications in infrastructure engineering including structural strengthening, repair and rehabilitation, lining of tunnel or canal, column jacketing, fire protection, wind energy generation infrastructure, affordable mass housing, etc.
Mansour Esmaeil Zaei posted this:The Centre of New Technologies of the University of Warsaw (CeNT UW)The Centre of New Technologies of the University of Warsaw (CeNT UW) is an interdisciplinary research institute dedicated to the understanding of biological, chemical and physical phenomena. Our scientists tackle fundamental scientific problems, collaborate and apply the attained knowledge to the industry. CeNT UW provides a truly international outlook, establishes a perfect work environment for both young and established researchers, and promotes the education of PhD students. CeNT UW obtained the scientific rating of “A” (very-good level) in a heterogeneous group on the basis of a comprehensive assessment of scientific and R&D activities of scientific units made by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education for the period of 2013-2016. The institute was established by Resolution No. 362 of the Warsaw University Senate on April 20, 2011, as an organizational unit of the University of Warsaw.
Technology Broker at Technology Transfer Centre, University of Warsaw (UOTT UW)
Universidad de Cádiz posted this:The complete elimination of oily wasted using supercritical water oxidationThe technique exploits the extreme oxidation characteristics of supercritical water, (defined as 221 bar and 374 ºC). Under these conditions oils become soluble, and a single homogeneous reaction phase is obtained in which the organic compounds and oxygen are brought into contact. This results in an almost instantaneous break down of organic substances into harmless products, essentially water and CO2 (without the formation of NOx, SOx, CO or other products of incomplete oxidation). The University of Cadiz, a leading center of research for ecological waste treatment, recently conducted a comprehensive study of the hydrothermal treatment of a wide variety of compounds representing the principal effluents generated by industrial machining (classified as dangerous waste under current regulations). The research found the design achieved greater than 99% elimination of the contamination in only a few seconds. On the basis of these results, we consider the system to represent a significant breakthrough in the elimination of dangerous wastes, offering a commercially viable, ecological alternative to simply storing up toxic waste in tanks or ponds.
Cracow University of Technology posted this:The Geotechnical Laboratory at Department of Environmental Engineering of Cracow University of TechnologyThe Geotechnical Laboratory at Department of Environmental Engineering is equipped with the following devices: • Triaxial apparatus ELE • Rowe’s consolidometer (ELE) • The CPTU
Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:The method for evaluation of endothelial function based on the measurement of changes in skin fluorescence induced by blood flow perturbationFlow Mediated Skin Fluorescence (FMSF) method meets the demand for a simple, fast, inexpensive, non-invasive test for the assessment of endothelial function that is reliable, easy to carry, and thus it is possible to apply for a large population of patients, e.g. for the purpose of screening and monitoring the patient's response to treatment. It allows the assessment of both systole (LFR) and diastole of blood vessels (HFR), and also allows to track the kinetics of changes in response to reactive hyperemia. FMSF method allows the detection of vascular endothelial dysfunction at an early stage of the disorder to identify patients for preventive or therapeutic intervention, or to more accurate and more complex diagnostic tests. FMSF method allows to monitor the healing process, to observe the influence of drugs on the vascular condition, or the influence of exercise training on overall health. FMSF method has already acquired intellectual property protection in the EU (decision of the intention to grant a patent - European patent application EP12727444.7); the patent procedure in other largest markets worldwide is ongoing. Further details are enclosed in attached documents.
Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:The method of mass culture of the rotifers LecaneThe subject of the offer is the method of intensive, quick and cheap mass culture of Lecane rotifers. Lecane rotifers bred according to this method can be used in limiting the bulking of activated sludge in wastewater treatment plants or as food for fry, predatory tardigrades and predatory fungi. They could be also used as material for scientific research (eg. toxicological and/or ecological research, research of evolutionary processes).
Cracow University of Technology posted this:The new lupeol derivative and the method of obtaining.This invention relates to a biologically active compound, the derivative of natural triterpene lupeol. This derivative is active for human skin cells, improving their proliferation process. In addition, the substance has the ability to neutralize free radicals. The described derivative can be used as an active ingredient in pharmaceutical and cosmetic preparations dedicated for damaged or burned skin, as well as in anti-aging cosmetics.
Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:The new oxide catalysts for the removal of nitrogen oxides originating from stationary emission sources.The experiments carried out with the assistance of these catalysts showed a high conversion efficiency of nitric oxide to nitrogen at relatively low temperatures – up to 100%. Designed reactor allows the direct removal of nitric oxide from the exhaust gases via the efficient decomposition of nitric oxide and, at the same time, systematic removal of carbon particles and other solid particles.
Alexander Kvashnin posted this:The pulverized coal preparation technology for efficient and environment-friendly combustionA university in Russia has developed and patented technology for preparation of pulverized coal fuel for clean combustion. The main advantage of the technology is its adaptability to various coals, methods of coal preparation, boilers. The technology provides deeper combustion of pulverized coal fuel with simultaneous reduction of emissions, dust formation, explosion hazard and slagging of boilers. The university is looking for partners for technology transfer, technical cooperation, services.
Director at Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University
Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:The subject of the offer is new nonlinear optical materials for use in optoelectronics, optical devices and components. The offer relates to co-crystals, from which one of polymorphic form is an efficient, phase matchable second harmonic generator. The averaged, relative experimental of second harmonic generation is over 14 times higher than of the commonly used nonlinear material (potassium dihydrogen phosphate). The presented optical material is colorless, suitable for growing large single crystals. The obtained crystals have extreme values of birefringence with reference to other transparent materials. The maximum birefringence for one of the polymorphic form is 0,46. For comparison, calcite, which is commonly used for the production of polarizing prisms, has a birefringence c.a 0.17. The offered materials, thanks to their properties, may be used for the construction of optical devices and components. Moreover, due to the polar structure may exhibit properties such as pyroelectricity, piezoelectricity or ferroelectricity
Cracow University of Technology posted this:The synthesis of silver nanoparticles suspension and nanosilver suspension in reductive system with urea for agrochemical and sanitary applications.The main advantage of proposed technology is the presence of urea in the system used commonly as a fertilizer promoting the growth of plants and both antifungal and antibacterial activity against pathogens. It also fits into the current trend towards the use of proecological technologies in industry. The resulting nanoparticles can be used in many industries, but the biggest potential lies in the agrochemical industry.
Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:The universal network of sensors adapted to measure the concentration of particulate matter in the atmospheric airThe subject of the offer is measuring the concentration of particulate matter in the ambient air in a real time. The sensors are regularly calibrated, which makes the results much more reliable. Applications: environmental protection, smart buildings and cities
- K-Tech R & D CorporationK-Tech R & D CorporationK-Tech R & D Corporation
Small and Medium Enterprise
K-Tech R & D Corporation posted this:The World's 1st and Only Large Contractible Shipping ContainersThe company's accordion fold and band technologies enable a 55 gallon drum to contract to 15 gallons, which saves up to 70% on return empty shipping fees. Technology applies to any size containers, from 1 gallon to ultra-large shipping containers and to viscous, semi-viscous and grain-type materials. No one else has this technology.
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas posted this:Thermochromic mortar coating for a more sustainable construction CSIC has developed a thermochromic mortar coating with optical properties in the solar radiation range that vary according to temperature in a reversible way. The mortar is especially interesting for energy efficiency in buildings. Its solar radiation absorption at low temperatures is high, helping to maintain indoor heating, while its reflectance increases during the summer, reducing over-warming of the envelope. Industrial partners from the construction industry are being sought to collaborate through a patent licence agreement.
wilson ng posted this:Thin Film Flexible and Stretchable Pressure Sensing MatThe company's pressure mat can sense applied pressure and its corresponding position on a flat or curved surface. Its pressure sensing layer is constructed with multiple rows and columns of piezoresistive sensor points. The piezoresistive sensor’s electrical resistance decreases when a pressure is applied to it. There is a certain relationship between a sensor point’s resistance and the applied pressure on it. By measuring each sensor point’s electrical resistance, the applied pressures at all the sensor points can be derived. The pressure mat can also be made stretchable to suit some applications.
Senior Technology Manager at IPI
Universidad de Cádiz posted this:Three-Dimensional Acoustic LensMoreover, we present a lens prototype in audible frequencies to demonstrate the validity of the modelling method. The applicability ranges from medical (non-incisive surgery, ecography, physiotherapy) and ultrasonics in general, to environmental acoustics. The invention consists on the description of a new method to obtain acoustic lenses in different frequency ranges (audible and ultrasounds). The acoustic lenses are formed by an array of concentric rings in such a way that they have the ability to collimate an acoustic beam. The correct arrangement of the rings is calculated in a two-dimensional space by means an inverse design algorithm (Genetic algorithms). The conventional acoustic lenses are based on the curvature of its surface for focusing sound thanks to the phenomenon of diffraction. By contrast, the lenses presented here are based on reflection of sound by elements (rings) scatterers distributed properly. This allows more margin for improvement in design and operation. For example, here we describe the operation of a multi-focus lens capable of changing the focal length depending on the sound frequency. Furthermore, we present an example of operation of such a lens type at the audible frequency of 2200 Hz that validates the proposal.
Laser Consult Ltd. posted this:Thyroid Hormone Action Indicator Transgenic Mouse: the in vivo model to promote thyroid hormone-related R&DA Hungarian academic research institute developed a Thyroid Hormone Action Indicator (THAI) Mouse, a transgenic mouse model to measure the authentic thyroid hormone signalling in a live animal. They are looking for potential partners that would be interested in licensing the THAI mouse model. The target users are companies developing thyromimetics.
Peter Mogyorosi posted this:Tick removing spoon for an infection free removalA Hungarian company developed a tick removing spoon, now available in pharmacies, veterinary pharmacies and petrol stations, which can remove the adult blood-sucked tick from the human and animal skin without squeezing the tick’s body. The company is looking for potential partners interested in purchasing and distributing the product.
CEO at Laser Consult Ltd.