Servei de Gestió de la Innovació posted this:
Licensing Manager at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC
Ivan Rodriguez Rosello posted this:
Licensing Manager at Universidad de Alicante
HDC posted this:Cargorotator.com - B2B online marketplace to reduce/avoid empty container tripsEmpty container trips are expensive, time-consuming, need a lot of coordination and are even non-sustainable - that's where CargoRotator jumps in. CargoRotator is an international multi-language B2B online-platform which connects transport & logistics companies offering them to book and manage empty container trips instantly on a need basis.
Jordi Reverter posted this:
Licensing Manager at Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia
Josh Griffing posted this:
President at Raw Food Central
Small and Medium Enterprise
K-Tech R & D Corporation posted this:The World's 1st and Only Large Contractible Shipping ContainersThe company's accordion fold and band technologies enable a 55 gallon drum to contract to 15 gallons, which saves up to 70% on return empty shipping fees. Technology applies to any size containers, from 1 gallon to ultra-large shipping containers and to viscous, semi-viscous and grain-type materials. No one else has this technology.
Pierre CHEVALIER posted this:
CEO at INAWA
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Natural hybrids nanopigments synthesis for multiple industrial applications.The Colour and Vision Research Group of the University of Alicante has been designed a new process to develop nano-structured hybrid nanopigments (from synthetic or natural dyes). These nanopigments confer improved optical, thermal, and mechanical properties when they were applied on composite materials. The nanoclays, dyes, and additives have been selected depending on the composite matrix source. Also, it has been selected the additives order in the process of synthesis, based on the material properties that would be going to improve. The parameters that could be control with this new system are: the adsorbed dye concentration, the degradation temperature of the reinforced dye, the degradation temperature of the final nanocomposite, the bending resistant modulus, and the UV-VIS colour fastness. Also, it can be controlled the optical properties as transparency and colouring power degree. It is looking for companies interested in commercial exploitation of these new colored nanomaterials.
Technology Transfer Office
Cracow University of Technology posted this:Laboratory of Photochemistry and Optical SpectroscopyDesign and synthesis of new photoinitiators dedicated for cationic, free-radical and hybrid photopolymerization. The research are performed to improve the speed of the curing processes of polymer coatings by developing innovative polymerization photoinitiators having a very better parameters than those already used in industry. The search for more effective initiators are fully justified from the practical point of view in industry photocurable polymer coatings.
uacoopera posted this:Manufacturing method of metal foams and porous metals metal matrix nanocomposites with nanometric dispersoids uniformly distributed and their uses (vehicle applications, houses, machinery, equipment and devices with superior performance)A group of researchers from a Portuguese university developed an innovative method for manufacturing a new generation of closed-cell metal foams reinforced with nanodispersoids combining the powder technology method with colloidal processing. The invention respects to a product with excellent energy absorption capacity to impact and sound damping for vehicle applications, houses, machinery, equipment and devices with superior performance.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:New procedure for the elimination of printed ink from plastic filmThe most innovative aspects of this technology are: • The process for the removal of the ink is completely innovative and ecological, because it does not use organic solvents. • The technology has been successfully tested on different plastics, such as Polythene, Polypropylene, Polyester and Polyamide. It is viable for both water and solvent based inks.
Brunel University London posted this:PRISM: Plastic packaging Recycling using Intelligent Separation technologies for MaterialsPRISM is a process for rapidly automatically sorting packaging based on intelligent labels with invisible markers. Codes are written using luminescent materials, typically inorganic phosphors. At the recycling facility the articles are subject to excitation radiation of a specific wavelength and a few seconds/milliseconds later are subject to infra‑red detection as currently. This 2‑step process can identify articles according to the codes and sort them as specified. The benefits include increased recycling rates, the ability to sort articles by their end use (food, non-food) and composition increasing the value of such plastic. Incorporation into existing recycling facilities is easy and cost‑effective with a limited need for capital investment.
Research & Technology Organization
Buck Service GmbH posted this:Material for covering adhesive surface and allows to detach the adhesive material without any residuesWe offer a solution to protect adhesive layers during packaging and/or storage. Neither the adhesive layer nor the packaging material will be damaged when the product is unpacked.