Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Capsules for Controlled Release of Plant Pathogens, Fertilizers, or Micro Organisms as Biological Control for Plant PathogensCluster11 Plant Protection / Bio-Control Project ID : 8-2006-802
Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)HIPPY is a home-based, family-focused program that helps parents provide educational enrichment for their preschool child Project ID : 34-2007-1898
Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Genetically Modify the Scent of Flowers, Yeast, and other OrganismsCluster11 Keyword: Fragance Project ID : 8-2007-1848
Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Controlled Release Formulations for Anionic HerbicidesControlled Release Formulations for Anionic Herbicides Project ID : 6-2006-232
Patrick Van De Vyver posted this:
CEO Bainisha at Bainisha
Ivan Rodriguez Rosello posted this:
Licensing Manager at Universidad de Alicante
Technology Transfer Office
UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS posted this:Automatic autonomous device for water control and monitoring, and other aqueous media (based on the detection of analytes of interest)Smart device focused on real-time water management. Applicable both drinking water and industrial and waste waters, monitored parameters include cations (Fe (III), Hg (II), Al (III), etc.), oxidants (Cl, nitrites, peroxide, etc.), biogenic amines, trinitrotoluene, pH, turbidity, conductivity, etc. This developed technology, composed by a series of sensors, small biochips, which experiment a change of colour when contacting the analyte of interest. This change is captured by a digital camera and is sent via Wifi to a database, where it is analysed and registered. It is also possible to issue a report and/or inform clients in real-time.
Laser Consult Ltd. posted this:“Air filter integrated in a bicycle’s wheel” – giving bicycles the power to provide cleaner urban airThis product offers a simple, end user inclusive, and inexpensive way of filtering the air from particulate matter particles (PM 10, PM 2.5 and similar). This product is integrated in a bicycle wheel. The basic concept of the product is using the rotation of the wheel, combined with the axial motion of the bicycle to push air through the filter material, thus filtering the air. The device itself is actually quite simple, and it has a goal of helping towards the solving the problem of air pollution in urban areas. Everyone who has a bicycle is a potential user of the product, but the users that would benefit the most are people living in urban areas that face the problem of air pollution. The best possible way to implement this device is to integrate the filters on bicycles sharing or renting systems that have a significant number of users, for example such systems are common in East Asia. Another way to implement the product is offering it to people as a product that can be added to their bicycle while buying a new one, or fixing their old bicycle. With all of the statements above, the ideal partnership would be with a company, but it is not exclusive to other companies, that works in the mentioned fields. The partnership could be via licensing the product, or selling the rights together with the complete documentation.
Daniel Käsmayr posted this:
Open Innovation Manager at BASF SE
Christophe Auriant posted this:
Business Development Manager at Ouest Valorisation
Brunel University London posted this:Casting Magnesium Alloy with Improved Thermal ConductivityA casting magnesium alloy that can provide significantly improved thermal conductivity in comparison to the commonly used AZ91D magnesium alloys. The typical thermal conductivity of the new magnesium alloy is comparable to the thermal conductivity of the commonly used A380 aluminium alloy.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Intelligent system for autonomous control in robotics cooperationOver the last decade, there has been a strong scientific and industrial concern in robotic cooperation. From problems of surveillance in industrial, commercial or domestic environments, or rescue and help in catastrophic areas, till problems of efficient package delivery in companies like Amazon or DHL, require mathematical optimization algorithms that solve these problems optimally and efficiently through the deployment of cooperative robot teams. The cooperatTive ExploRation Routing Algorithm (TERRA) is a planning system that, using artificial intelligence techniques, allows a team of robots to combine their capabilities to complete more complex tasks. For this, TERRA implements a novel robotic cooperation paradigm that offers a solution to the problems mentioned in the previous paragraph. This exploration paradigm uses a ground vehicle to reach terrestrial targets and, a drone team to reach the aerial targets. Unlike other route planners, TERRA coordinates and plans efficient routes that meet the objectives set in the shortest time with the greatest cost savings.