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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Nanoparticle Sensor for RDX and Other Nitroamine-Based ExplosivesNanoparticles matrix for the detection of non-planar and non-aromatic nitroamine analytes. Keywords: explosive detection, RDX, nitroamines, nanosensor, Devices, Molecular Electronics, Nano Materials and Nano Structures, Soil, Pollutant Detection, Homeland Security Homeland Security Project ID : 9-2010-2364
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Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University posted this:Spectral-selective thermal detectors and visualizers of radiation beams of mm and sub-mm rangesA number of thermal detectors and visualizers for inspection systems and quality inspection have been developed in the laboratory of a University (Russia). The design of detectors allows reducing the manufacturing cost as much as possible and combining functions of spectral, polarization and spatial resolution in one device. The authors are looking for partners for commercial agreements, scientific cooperation, and technological cooperation.
Alexander Kvashnin posted this:
Director at Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University
Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:Device for controlling sample temperature during photoelectric and solar cell measurementResearchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative device for controlling sample temperature during photoelectric and solar cell measurement. This technology specifically relates to a device for maintaining a constant temperature of solar cell samples in a procedure for measuring photoelectric and solar cell characteristic. This advanced technology is particularly valuable in response to the increasing attention being placed on alternative next-generation clean energy sources. As such, greater scientific research focus is being paid to fossil fuel alternatives, such as solar cells. Solar cells directly converting sunlight into electric energy have various merits such as avoidance of contamination, infinite resource and semi-permanent lifespan, and are thus anticipated as an energy source capable of solving the problem of energy depletion. Solar cells are semiconductor devices for solar energy generation. Performance indicators determine the value of a solar cell, for example; spectral responsibility, open circuit voltage, short circuit voltage, short circuit current, conversion efficiency and maximum output. These performance indicators are determined by measuring photoelectric characteristics using a test called Standard Test Condition (STC). For common crystalline silicon solar cells, which have relatively good thermal conductivity, and thin film solar cell, the indirect method of controlling sample temperature is fully efficient to due effective heat exchange between a sample stage and a sample. However, in the case of a thin film solar cell using a thick glass substrate or a solar cell that has an additional jig for measurement, the heat exchange between a sample stage and a sample is not effective. The inefficiencies experienced when measuring solar cell properties, of some solar cells, arise due to the difficulty encountered when attempting to maintain the temperature of the measurement target solar cell at values similar to those prescribed by STC conditions. Also, in the case of a dye-sensitized solar cell, which requires a relatively long time for measurement, the cell must be exposed to light for a prolonged period, making temperature measurements difficult to attain as well as suffering issues because of prolonged photo-irradiation. The technology, developed and presented by the KIER, has been conceived to solve the problems related to controlling sample temperatures during photoelectric and solar cell measurements. This advanced technology offers a refined, indirect, method for controlling sample temperatures, and may be used for measuring various photoelectric and solar cell characteristics.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:System for reliable detection of occupancy of parking spacesThe research group in “Electronic engineering applied to intelligent spaces and transport (GEINTRA)” of the University of Alcalá presents an artificial vision system with telemeter, which combines the information from a video camera and an steerable telemeter, to inform and guide reliably to the user when finding a parking space for their vehicle in large areas of surface parking such as a shopping center or train station. The combination of those data, makes it possible to easily locate vehicles in the car park regardless of their type or size and the environmental conditions / lighting (e.g. at night). The research group looks for town halls and companies in charge of the management/administration of car parks, to reach license agreements, collaboration agreements or commercial agreements with technical assistance. There is a great added value in an application that combines the knowledge of the free spaces and the vehicles in movement through the parking so it can provide the right indications to the user guiding him to a free space.
Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:A new method of mercury(II) ion detectionThe subject of the offer is an innovative nano-sized mercury(II) ion detector of a high sensitivity, which enables to perform the out of lab measurements (in a mobile manner). Applications: environmental, industrial and biomedical analytics
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela posted this:New Thermal Sensing for Microcalorimetry and Microfluidics (ERC-PoC project)The prototype developed within ERC-PoC "ANTS" project, has demonstrated its sensitivity for a new concept of microcalorimeters, as well as providing advantages in microfluidics. We aim to: a) Integrate this technology within microfluidic devices or applications where size and fast response time are crucial. b) Develop a High-Throughput Calorimetry going beyond the current capabilities on ITC. > Sensing element. Ferromagnetic permalloy line 4x28 µm x 20 nm thick: affordable, miniaturization… Sensor was fabricated in a single deposition. > Temporal response. Milliseconds, to stimulus >10 microwatts; further improvements are in progress. > Easy adoption. Compatible with standard configuration of microcalorimeters. > IPR: EP, US, CN, KR, JP
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela posted this:HIGH-THROUGHPUT CALORIMETRY. Thermal Microsensor with Improved Temporal and Spatial ResolutionThe prototype developed within ERC-PoC "ANTS" project, has demonstrated its sensitivity for a new concept of microcalorimeters, as well as providing advantages in microfluidics. We aim to: a) Integrate this technology within microfluidic devices or applications where size and fast response time are crucial. b) Develop a High-Throughput Calorimetry going beyond the current capabilities on ITC. > Sensing element. Ferromagnetic permalloy line 4x28 µm x 20 nm thick: affordable, miniaturization… Sensor was fabricated in a single deposition. > Temporal response. Milliseconds, to stimulus >10 microwatts; further improvements are in progress. > Easy adoption. Compatible with standard configuration of microcalorimeters. > IPR: EP, US, CN, KR, JP
UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS posted this:Method of preparation and use of derivatives of perylene-diimide (PDI) in different applications such as bioimaging or biomarkers.The present invention provides a methodology for the synthesis of derivatives of perylene-diimide (PDI, for which there was no obtention process, and its use in different applications such as bioimaging or biomarkers.
UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS posted this:Electrochemical sensor for the “in situ” detection and measurement of chloride ion in fluid samplesThis patented technology is focused on the development of a sensor for the detection and determination of the chloride ion content in fluid samples. This determination is of interest in the diagnosis of diseases, like for example cystic fibrosis, and in the analysis of samples, both food, pharmaceutical and environmental.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Procedure for measuring the speed of motor vehicles in the short section, with minimum error geometry, using 2 cameras and artificial vision algorithms.The research group in Intelligent Vehicles and Traffic Technologies of the Automation Department of the University of Alcalá has developed a procedure for the punctual measurement of the speed of motor vehicles, through the use of at least two cameras, pointing to two different regions of the track, calculating the relative distances of the vehicle from the cameras by detecting the license plate and its internal elements, storing timestamps, calculating the speed for all possible combinations of distances between cameras that are at the optimum distance that generates minimum error in the calculation of the speed and calculating the average speed of all the speed measurements obtained for optimal distances of minimum error. The group seeks for licensing agreements, technical cooperation agreements, manufacturing agreements and commercial agreements with technical assistance with companies that perform maintenance and commercialization of precision kinemometers and companies that produce intelligent systems of transport.
Jordi Reverter posted this:
Licensing Manager at Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia
Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia posted this:Laboratory-scale photoreactors for high-througput experimentationWe are seeking licensees for the manufacture and commercialization of market-ready photoreactors with full control on temperature and light intensity. The developed photoreactors comprise several reaction spaces in order to allow parallel experimentation and reaction optimization.
Amelia TULACZ posted this:TRACESENSE - innovative diagnostic solution - Trace element sensorThe TRACESENSE team has developed an innovative diagnostic solution to help monitor water quality in regards to any type of micro-pollutant. Our mission: - To drastically reduce micro-pollutant capture duration while increasing measurement precision - To encourage a global non-expert use and a participative science concept - To implement the latest technologies available into a simple sensor - To create an autonomous device that is totally integrated, connected PROTOTYPE – Our latest prototype of the device is already available, in limited quantities, and tailored on certain type of trace elements. CUSTOM DEVELOPMENT – Our development team is available to fulfill your project and focus on any targeted contaminant. LICENSING PROGRAM – As a patented and branded innovation, TRACESENSE is available for licensing.
Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla posted this:ELECTRONIC SYSTEM DESIGNED FOR DETECTING AND TRANSFORMING THE PATHS OF THE COSMIC RAYSThe cosmic piano is an electronic system designed for detecting and transforming the paths of the cosmic rays into different hearing frequencies and light flashes. The invention comprises a block for discriminating and conditioning the signal detected by the photomultipliers, as well as a storing, coincidence, logic and trigger block, and a block for activating the output signals for generating the sounds and light flashes. The system includes different configurations for modifying the coincidence logic module so as to obtain different operation modes. The operation modes may condition the outlet of sound and light by means of logic operations. Said operation modes facilitate the implementation of different activities focused on the scientific disclosure such as exhibitions, museum display rooms or school laboratories.