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Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:Potential new safe renewable source of energy - bioelectrode with lactobacillus rhamnosus bacteria biofilmThe subject of the offer is a method of formation of Lactobacillus rhamnosus bacteria biofilm on the metallic surface and the bioelectrode obtained in that manner.Development of suitable modifications of metallic electrodes’ surface allowed to use L. rhamnosus in the context of bioelectrochemical systems. This strain is safe, commonly used in the food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries. Bioelectrodes according to the inventive could be used in microbial fuel cells, microbial electrolytic cells and potentially for the construction of biosensors. The implementation of the invention will allow for obtaining a new, relatively cheap and easy to build renewable energy source, which will be neutral for human and the environment.
Cracow University of Technology posted this:Institute of Thermal Power Engineering - Cracow University of TechnologyInstitute of Thermal Power Engineering is providing research and education in the field of energy technologies. The Institute covers a wide area of energy research, from expert works for the power sector, to investigations of the most advanced technologies for energy generation
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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.
UACOOPERA University of Aveiro posted this:
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Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Soft Computing techniques applied to wind prediction for generationThe Group of Modern Heuristics of Optimization and Design of Communication Networks of the University of Alcalá offers the use of modern soft computing techniques, widely contrasted, to obtain automated systems that allow wind prediction in wind farms and maximize the benefits associated with the production of this type of energy. The algorithms have already been developed and tested. The group is looking for companies from the renewable energy sector to reach commercial agreements with technical assistance, cooperation agreements or joint venture agreements.