Vilnius University posted this:Photonic Crystal Microchip LaserThe present technology allows to significantly improve the beam quality and brightness of radiation of a microchip laser, by inserting a specially designed photonic crystal in the cavity of a microchip laser. Technology could be applied in various types of microlasers, including semiconductor edge-emitting lasers and vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers.
Amnon Michael Cohen posted this:
Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Long-lasting Antiviral Coatings for Public SurfacesReceived the IIA grant for corona virus projects - April 2020 Project ID : 46-2020-10900
Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Applying Organically Doped Copper to Filters and Surfaces to Act as Antiviral AgentsThe Avnir and Hayouka labs have been working together over the past few years, with the aim of developing novel copper composites that are resistant to pathogenic bacteria and are based on a new family of materials that Avnir has termed “organically doped metals” (organics@metal). These hybrid materials combine two very different chemical families —metals and any organic molecules — which have a synergetic effect in various applications, including biological and medical ones. The general approach for the preparation of the metallic composites involves a room-temperature, one-pot, reduction of the metal cation (its positively charged ions) in the presence of the desired organic molecule while using carefully selected reducing agents. Using this approach, the team has developed novel antimicrobial-doped copper in which antimicrobial peptides or small antibacterial molecules are entrapped. It has demonstrated the new materials’ high efficacy both in vitro and as a novel crop protection agent in plants. Prof. Avnir and Dr. Hayouka will expand their current study to develop efficient copper-based antiviral agents. They will explore the entrapment of various active agents, which have been suggested as capable of tackling HCoV-19. The designed compounds will be tested on HCoV-19. The researchers are negotiating to conduct the tests in China. They are also exploring the potential of converting the compounds into a product with an Israeli start-up specializing in nanometric copper. Project ID : 47-2020-10885
Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:The Development of a Peptide Coating that Prevents Virus Adhesion to SurfacesThe Development of a Peptide Coating that Prevents Virus Adhesion to Surfaces Project ID : 47-2020-10892
Lidia Aguilera posted this:
Technology Transfer Officer at University of Luxembourg
Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:Molecular Magnetic Materials (Solids And Liquids) Exhibiting A Ferromagnetic Effect.The subject of the offer is high-temperature, molecular magnetic materials (solids and liquids) exhibiting a ferromagnetic effect. Application: new magnetic coatings in the manufacturing of computer disks, storage medium in security systems (with the possibility of quick and fully irreversible erasing of memory by increasing temperaturę or photolytic action), fast-acting magnetic switches, super long solid magnets, magnetic paints and fluids, photosensitive magnets.
Arkadiusz Rudawski, PhD posted this:
Technology Broker at Cracow University of Technology
Alex Michine posted this:
CEO at MetGen
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC posted this:Efficient technology to reduce interference in passive optical networksA new method for reducing interference in passive optical networks has been developed and patented. The technology allows the use of low cost lasers whose wavelength does not to be pre-selected, and assures a high speed communication of hundreds of users. Partners to further develop the system and/ or to establish commercial agreements along with technical cooperation are sought.
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC posted this:PC-ProTec A novel, highly effective zinc free anticorrosive additive easily dispersible in priming paintsPC-ProTec is a new technology uniquely positioned as a safer alternative to replace toxic anticorrosive additives, mainly zinc and its compounds, typically used in paint formulations to protect metal structures. The novel zinc-free anticorrosive pigment, which is applied in very low concentrations (0.3-1.5 wt %), is based on poly(alkyl thiophene acetate)s. This technology meets the new environmental regulations that restrict the use of zinc. Partners to further develop the technology and/or to establish commercial agreements along with technical cooperation are sought.
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC posted this:Vibration-Assisted ball burnishing. A solution for Surface enhancement through acoustoplasticity An innovative system to modify the surface integrity, i.e. surface texture and roughness, hardness and residual stress, of previously milled workpieces has beThe Challenge The manufacturing industry demands effective finishing processes to which workpieces could be subjected to enhance their future in-service performance. This need is especially required for innovative materials, as they usually show a detrimental surface integrity state due to their low machinability. In the transportation industry, the manufacturing of components such as turbine blades, requires the application of local processes that could reinforce critical areas of the workpiece that are subjected to demanding regimes, such as fatigue. Improving the surface and near-surface texture, roughness, residual stress and hardness is a mean to prevent crack growth and enhance the behavior of these components. In this context, the vibration-assisted ball burnishing tool has proved positive results in laboratory applications, and is ready for a leap forward into the industry,
University of Vigo posted this:New non-destructive method for “in situ” monitoring of anticorrosive protection of organic coatingsThe main novelty of the device and procedure is the new portable sensor adaptable to virtually any surface. The device, fixable by vacuum to the surface under study, makes possible the measurement of the electrochemical interfacial impedance, that is the main parameter of interest for adherence quality and anti-corrosion performance.