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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Germanium-based Precursors with High Water SolubilityDeveloped a germanium-based precursor with hydrogen peroxide to obtain a stable and reactive germanium-oxide precursor that is soluble at a concentration 20x as high as classically-prepared GeOx (aq) Project ID : 9-2018-6695
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Universidade de Santiago de Compostela posted this:GRAPHENE NANOSTRUCTURES: Bottom-Up Approacha) SUBSTITUTED POLYAROMATICS to be used as building blocks in the preparation of graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) of graphene quantum dots (GQDs). b) WELL-DEFINED NANOSIZED GRAPHENES obtained by solution chemistry: homogeneous, different sizes, peripheries and substitution.
Maria João Cardoso posted this:
Science and Technology Manager at UATEC - Unidade de Transferência de Tecnologia
Joaquin Reina posted this:
Chief Technology Officer at Energy & Waste
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.
Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia posted this:Photocatalytic system for the reduction of carbonyl and olefin groupsWe have developped a photocatalyst system able to promote the reduction of carbonyl groups to hydroxy groups using water as hydrogen source under light irradiation. The method features an exquisite selectivity and mildness of conditions, making it suitable for highly functionalized substrates.
Juan Casado posted this:
R&D Manager at UAB
Sandra Moczulska posted this:
Technology Broker at Technology Transfer Office (University of Warsaw)
Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla posted this:PROCESS TO OBTAIN DIMERS, TRIMERS AND UP TO POLYMERS FROM PYRIDINMETHANOL DERIVATIVES COMPOUNDSThe dimerization or polymerization reaction of pyridinic alcohols is carried out in order to produce novel products. The process is carried out in the absence or presence of some solvent, during the process of the current invention, temperature may be or may be not used as catalyst, in the process of the current invention the reaction may be or may not be catalyzed by the presence of a catalyst (acid or base), the resultant products can be produced and separated in an easy way, in the process of the current invention starting from pyridinic alcohols the resultant ethenediols can be produced by a single step reaction. The pyridinemethanol derivatives used as starting compounds, do not oxidize as easily and their handling is easier than that of other compounds. The products produced with etheneidol parts can be used as antioxidants due to their capacity to act as free radicals scavengers.
Frederic Ratel posted this:
Licensing Manager at Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia
Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia posted this:Crysforma: services in pharmaceutical solid state developmentCrysforma provides complete scientific support for the discovery, analysis and scale-up of polymorphs, hydrates, amorphous phases, salts and co-crystals of active pharmaceutical ingredients or intermediates. Crysforma has developed its own crystallization screening methodology based on the combination of several crystallization procedures. We use high-throughput crystallization systems controlled by highly skilled scientists to maximize the information drawn from each experiment. Our projects are always carried out in close collaboration with the client, adapted to the customer's needs and under strict confidentiality conditions.
UATEC - Unidade de Transferência de Tecnologia posted this:Optical pressure sensor based on zirconia nanostructuresA group of researchers from a Portuguese university has developed the concept of a gas pressure gauge based on the control of the luminescence from zirconia nanostructures. The invention aims to measure the gas pressure based on the nanoparticles emission that is different depending on the amount of gas molecules surrounding the nanoparticles. Comparing with existing solutions, the advantage of this process, which operate in a pressure range of interest for various market sectors (ex. Food industry), is the absence of electrical contacts. The university is looking for companies that develop this type of solution on an industrial scale for the further joint development of specific applications or technology licensing.
Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia posted this:ERTFlow: flow reaction technologies and process intensificationERTFLOW is a technology development unit from the Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ), generated by the know-how produced by the research group of Prof. Miquel Pericàs, to develop and implement technical solutions in process intensification. Our goal is to develop propietary technologies related to catalysis and flow chemistry and offering products and services to the fine chemical, pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries for the production of new products with high added value and guide them in the paradigm change from batch to flow.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Heterogeneous NCH complex of palladium and their uses as recoverable catalysts.AA research Group from the Department of Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry at University of Alcalá (Spain) has designed catalysts suitable for organic synthesis processes based on supported N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC) complexes of palladium, which are magnetically separable after their use, reusable and resistant to metal leaching, and useful in carbon-carbon coupling reactions. The group is looking for companies in the chemical and pharmaceutical sectors to reach licensing agreements or collaboration and commercial agreements for technical assistance.
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UNIVERSIDAD DE ALICANTE posted this:New family of dyesThe main innovative aspects of this technology regarding current methods of synthesis are: • The indolizine dyes are obtained in one step from commercially available materials, unlike current procedures, which involve multiple steps. This is an advantage in the production process, as it reduces costs, increases the final yield and less waste is generated. • The procedure is based on a very simple treatment which produces indolizine dyes in yields higher than 70%. • The present invention does not require the use of inert atmosphere, dry solvents or physical activation (heat or radiation) to obtain the final product. • Unlike other methodologies for preparing indolizine dyes (requiring temperatures around 100°C), this process is carried out at room temperature and atmospheric pressure, which simplifies the method and decreases production costs. • This is an environmentally friendly technology because it does not use solvents such as dioxane, pyridine, chloroform or benzene, which are used in other methods and are characterized by their high toxicity and demonstrated carcinogenicity. • The selectivity of the reaction is very high. The indolizine dye is obtained with absolute control, obtaining a single isomer of the ten possible.