Arkadiusz Rudawski, PhD posted this:
Technology Broker at Cracow University of Technology
Steinbeis Centre for Technology Transfer India posted this:High Performance Hybrid Composite MaterialsThe technology has been developed to for making hybrid composite materials as an alternative to timber , synthetic wood and plastics. Uniqueness of the technology / product:- > Stronger than teak wood, timber, synthetic wood & plastic > Durable & Customized products can be made > Resistance to moisture, corrosion, termite & fungus > Fire's self- extinguishing nature > Cost effective & maintenance free > Alternative for teak wood & avoid deforestation
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas posted this:A novel high-performance graphene fabrication methodResearchers from the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2-BIST) have recently developed a novel electrochemical reactor and procedure to fabricate graphene. This method has been proved as prototype and shows high performance and fine tuning of the graphene oxidation. Graphene producers are being sought to collaborate and/or exploit the existing know-how through a patent license agreement. An offer for Patent Licensing
Zakir Hossain, PhD posted this:
R&D Staff / Researcher at University of Bath
Ivan Rodriguez Rosello posted this:
Licensing Manager at Universidad de Alicante
Brunel University London posted this:Bespoke Materials Characterisation Using World Class Microscopic 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:Carbon composites based on bacterial biomass for manufacturing of electrode materialsThe subject of the offer is a method of manufacturing of carbon-based composites for electrode materials. These composites are built of electrode active phase nanoparticles (e.g. metallic or metal oxides) and a carbon matrix obtained from bacterial biomass. Living organisms serve both as the component capable to capture the nanoparticles, and as a source of biocarbon support providing high dispersion and stabilization of nanoparticles, as well as high electrical conductivity of the material. Application: electrocatalytic active electrode materials, e.g. in ORR reactions; energy storage (supercapacitors).
Germán Cabañero posted this:
HEAD OF STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP at CIDETEC
Jerzy Morgiel posted this:
Scientist at Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science, Polish Academy of Sciences
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Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University posted this:New class of computing devices with memory based on graphene nanocompositesModels of mem-capacitors - computing devices with memory based on graphene nanocomposites are developed in the laboratory of the university (Russia). This class of devices has an architecture with significantly greater speed and lower power consumption compared to traditional ones. It allows avoiding the memory-processor bandwidth problem of the device. The laboratory is looking for partners for technical cooperation, licensing or commercial agreements with technical assistance.
Graft Polymer UK Ltd posted this:Project: Innovative pilot production modified compounds by PE125 standard for multifunctional applications.Producing PE125 using GRAFTALEN™ MP-UHHD. Consumer properties, which should be taken into consideration: 1) The unique toughness of the material (the highest rate of all known polymers), namely, Over 160 kJ/m2 2) High abrasion resistance 3) Low friction coefficient (self-lubricating) 4) High resistance to chemically aggressive reagents (media) 5) High creep resistance (geometric stability) Ordinary way - This type of process is quite expensive. Production of PE125, in compounding with bimodal PE100, from 8 to 45% of supermolecular polyethylene is injected, reaching dispersion by multiple compounding (4 stages) in an extruder cascade (XXXXX technology). GRAFTALEN™ MP-UHHD (alloy) is a MELT-PROCESSABLE concentrate of UHMWPE on an HDPE matrix. As HDPE, you can choose the most affordable HDPE (pipe) grade. To obtain polyethylene according to the standards PE125 (with a minimum strength indicator MRS> 13.8-14 MPa, in comparison PE100 has MRS only 10 MPa), a significant improvement in the resistance against hydrostatic pressure is required. For a conventional bimodal HDPE, this indicator is difficult to achieve, since it directly correlates with the impact strength/density indicators and with simple extrapolation, it turns out that the required indicator for PE125 simply does not reach the bimodal HDPE matrix. Another problem - the difficulty in maintaining the geometric stability of the pipe (the thickness at the top of the pipe is often less than at the bottom) due to the sagging effect (the phenomenon of the gravitational flow of a polymer melt). This phenomenon is more pronounced for thick-walled pipes. The specific blend of HDPE with UHMWPE allows solving these problems above.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Method for recycling of vessels and other structures composed of fiberglass and resinResearchers at the University of Alicante have developed a method to recycle composite fiberglass structures on a polymer matrix (resin). The process removes the polymer matrix, recovering glass fiber which can be reused. The process is not aggressive with fiberglass. It takes place at room temperature and is able to recover all the fiberglass used. The method is industrially scalable and can be automated. Fiberglass composites and resin are widely used in the construction of boat hulls, tanks, wind turbine blades and many other applications. This method is a very important innovation for the sector and there was no effective method that allowed recovering and reusing these materials.
uacoopera posted this:Tungsten carbide based composite material, the appropriate method of production and applicationThe preferential production method of the composite material involves the sputtering for the modification of the particle surface by coating them with a nanocrystalline layer of iron-rich metallic binder with variable thickness. The rest of the processing follows the traditional powder metallurgy routes with pressing and sintering in a vacuum furnace. After processing, the composite contains tungsten carbide phase, eta-phase and iron rich binder.
Lidia Aguilera posted this:
Technology Transfer Officer at University of Luxembourg