Covid-19 Innovation Challenges by Innoget posted this:Using Signature Genes to Detect Early-Stage Coronavirus and Predict Individual OutcomesUsing Signature Genes to Detect Early-Stage Coronavirus and Predict Individual Outcomes Project ID : 47-2020-10876 Test signature genes of host for non-invasive and early detection of Coronavirus infection, even before the infected person is symptomatic (also allowing differentiation from influenza virus infections). Moreover, this unique signature can be used to predict disease outcome in infected individuals as well as predict the vulnerability to the virus in non- infected individuals. The last can be valuable for screening of vulnerable populations such as medical teams and caregivers.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Efficient sensing techniques for smart city applicationsThe city of the 21st century demands a set of digital services that provide citizens with improved access to resources such as transport, education, health care, energy, safety, and the environment. Giving intelligence to these services means having an extensive network of sensors and the management of information supported by the Internet of things (IoT). Wireless sensor networks present two major challenges: efficient communication and energy autonomy. Event-based sensing techniques help to optimize both by analyzing the information registered in the sensor and making it available to the network only when necessary. In the GEINTRA group, we have experience in event-based sensing techniques and their application to the field of Smart Cities.
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Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University posted this:Post-quantum cryptosystem with public keyA post-quantum public-key cryptographic system has been developed in the cryptography laboratory of the university (Novosibirsk). It is used in the Internet of things, blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, key exchange, for example, in instant messengers, or as an independent mean of protection. The cryptosystem is resistant to hacking, including a quantum computer through the use of NP-hard in a quantum sense problem. The university is looking for partners for furtherance on the Russian and international markets.
Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University posted this:Resistant to hacking by a quantum computer electronic digital signatureResearchers of Novosibirsk State University have developed a revolutionary algorithm for quantum-stable digital signature based on results of fundamental research in mathematics. Moreover, they implemented the algorithm as a software prototype. The cryptographic stability of the digital signature guarantees information security when using it in e-economics, the Internet of things and other areas in the post-quantum era. The stability of the algorithm is ensured by solving the problem that is an NP-hard (non-polinomial intractable) in the quantum sense. The university is looking for partners to commercialize the technology in international markets.
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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Using Signature Genes to Detect Early-Stage Coronavirus and Predict Individual OutcomesUsing Signature Genes to Detect Early-Stage Coronavirus and Predict Individual Outcomes Project ID : 47-2020-10876
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