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FUNDITEC posted this:Use of proteins from alternative sources for food applicationsAt FUNDITEC we have a wide experience in the valorization of biomass from microalgae (both lipid and protein extracts) to be used in the development of products of interest in the food industry. Looking for Research co-operation, Technical co-operation and Partner Search
Brunel University London posted this:Bespoke Materials Characterisation Using World Class Mform-control form-control icroscopic and Spectroscopic InstrumentsBrunel's Experimental Techniques Centre provides a unique and bespoke service of problem definition, analysis and interpretation. The combination of the analytical experts and a suite of world class techniques and equipment gives ETC the ability to characterise and understand the performance of materials across a wide range of sectors. Many of the analytical services are UKAS accredited providing further confidence in the results obtained.
Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:New UV-blocker for sunscreen with high bactericidal activityThe offered material is based on ZnO nanoparticles, modified with biocompatible polymer – chitosan. The material is characterized by high absorption properties of the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Also, high antibacterial activity against resistant bacterial strains and the absence of cytotoxic activity against human skin cells of the material were confirmed. Application: cosmetics, sunscreen, skincare, medical applications
Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:A new method of the stereoselective synthesis of chosen medicinesThe subject of the offer is a new method of an asymmetric reduction of prochiral ketones and imines used in the synthesis of commonly used medicines, e.g. hormonal (eg. Cincalcet), pulmonary (eg. Salbutamol) and neurological ones (eg. Rasagiline).
Guillermo Rodríguez posted this:
R&D Manager at Biótica, Bioquímica Analítica,S.L.
Institut Català d'Investigació Química (ICIQ) posted this:Photochemical metal-free method of amination of C-H bondsA new method for the metal-free amination of C-H bonds has been developed. The method uses readily available reagents (iodine, trilfuoromethylsuylfonamide, diacetoxyiodobenzene) and light to insert a sulfonamide moiety into a C-H bond. the method has been successfully used in the preparation of various APIs (memantine, rasagiline, sertraline). The method takes place in mild conditions and allows avoiding the use of transition metal catalysis and multiple-steps procedures. Partners are sought for the joint development of commercial applications of the method.
Institut Català d'Investigació Química (ICIQ) posted this:Photoinitiators for visible-light induced living polymerizationA new class of photoinitiators of living polymerization induced by visible light has been developed and is made available for testing (under MTA) and/or licensing. The developed initiators trigger the curing of resins by irradiation with low-intensity visible light, while providing polymers with good control of chain length. In addition, through decomposition of the initator, the cured material presents a different colour than the uncured resin.
Yury Savinykh posted this:
Professor / PhD.
Daniel M. Vasconcelos posted this:
Intellectual Property Manager at INESC TEC
Claude Waudoit posted this:
Gunter Fischer posted this:
CEO at Brainalyzed Finance GmbH
Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:Double flow channel open-type solar heat absorberResearchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative double flow channel open-type solar heat absorber. This technology particularly relates to a solar heat absorber which is formed into rectangular or circular-shaped cross sections to increase a contact area with collected sunlight, and which includes a main body formed using a three-layered tube to form a dual passage so that heat loss is prevented.
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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Laser Printing on Liquid Food ProductsLaser Printing on Liquid Food Products Project ID : 85122