Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas posted this:Stress and metabolic monitoring system to improve fish productionCSIC through the Instituto de Acuicultura “Torre de la Sa l” and the Instituto de Microelectrónica de Barcelona - Centro Nacional de Microelectrónica, and the Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria have developed a novel smart system which warns about changes on the fish behavior responding to external factors which are controllable in a fish farm. The system is a small, less invasive and harmless device that allows fish farmers to identify stressed fish and to perform selective breeding in a more efficient manner. This helps to set more strict and reliable welfare fish standards. Industrial partners dedicated to the manufacture or development of fish farming (vaccines, feed) and/or fish farms monitoring products are being sought to collaborate through a patent licence agreement. An offer for Patent Licensing
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas posted this:Effective method for plant wound healingCSIC and the Center for Research in Agricultural Genomics have developed an effective method for plant tissue regeneration that involves the use of a bacterial cellulose-based biopolymer. The application of this material directly in plant wounds enhances the formation of new cells layers which boosts the healing processes. Industrial partners are being sought to exploit the existing know-how through a patent license agreement. An offer for Patent Licensing
FUNDITEC posted this:High-added value products from Agro-Food residuesTechnology for development of valuable products for the food and packaging industry that applies to hygienic design of facilities and food safety and Circular Economy (Life cicle, Eco design, Reuse of food by-products including water) Looking for Research co-operation and Commercial agreement with technical assistance
FUNDITEC posted this:Use of proteins from alternative sources for food applicationsAt FUNDITEC we have a wide experience in the valorization of biomass from microalgae (both lipid and protein extracts) to be used in the development of products of interest in the food industry. Looking for Research co-operation, Technical co-operation and Partner Search
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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Mycobacterium marinum bacteria-based vaccine for fishMutant Mycobacterium marinum bacteria as a vaccine against Mycobacteriosis in fish Project ID : 24-2018-4681
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University of Huelva posted this:New plasmid and strategy for expression of exogenous proteins in eukaryotic microalgae by translational fusion with a selectable markerThis plasmid solves the problems of low efficiency and instability of transgenes in the genetic manipulation of microalgae, as well as offers a procedure for the expression of high amounts of the protein of interest and better transformation efficiency
University of Huelva posted this:Possibility of identifying nautical headlights at the distance that reaches the light if the headlights.An instrument is proposed for the automatic identification of nautical lights in river or maritime navigation, also applicable on mainland. The invention must address a specific problem consisting of optimizing the adjustment of the optical system for the different incoming light intensities.
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Cracow University of Technology posted this:The synthesis of silver nanoparticles suspension and nanosilver suspension in reductive system with urea for agrochemical and sanitary applications.The main advantage of proposed technology is the presence of urea in the system used commonly as a fertilizer promoting the growth of plants and both antifungal and antibacterial activity against pathogens. It also fits into the current trend towards the use of proecological technologies in industry. The resulting nanoparticles can be used in many industries, but the biggest potential lies in the agrochemical industry.
University of Vigo posted this:Procedure for sea urchin embryo cryopreservation and attached bioassayThis sea urchin (Paracentrotus lividus) embryo cryopreservation procedure with attached bioassay has been specifically designed for sea urchin blastula (8 hour development embryo) conservation in liquid nitrogen to be used as out of reproductive season biological supply. This protocol has applications in research, aquaculture and ecotoxicology. The process described is fully developed, from how to obtain blastula embryos from sea urchins, composition and concentration used of the cryoprotecting agent, cryopreservation procedure including the cryoprotecting agent addition and dilution methodology, the seeding temperature during freezing and including a post-thawing viability study The possibility of a sea urchin embryo biobank ensures not only the access to test organism embryos all year round but also access to these embryos in places where it was not possible before either for their distance to the ocean or for the lack of the necessary facilities to maintain reproductive adults in optimum conditions to breed. The development of the bioassay using cryopreserved sea urchin embryos will help overcome the seasonal constraints in application of bioassays to assess marine water quality.
Universidad de Cádiz posted this:An improved fast and high throughput method for the sequential measurement of nitrate and nitrite in water samplesWe have developed an improved fast and sequential protocol that permits the determination of low concentrations of nitrite and nitrate in aquatic samples using small volumes. It is ideal to analyse large sets of samples with different characteristics, since it is enough a small amount of water the volume and cost of reagents and consumables are reduced.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Novel photobioreactor for mass cultivation of microalgaeThe main innovation of this invention is: • This novel photobioreactor combines the mechanism of a bubble column with the air-lift type for higher biomass production than that obtained for both systems separately.
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Metal alloy nano-foams as Catalysts for Methane Dry Reforming during GTLProof of concept of metal foams as promissing GTL catalyst materials - Electrodeposited Ni-foam catalyst shown stable performance for methane reforming with an area of ca. 5 m2/g, which matches the performance of many supported powder catalysts having areas of 5-20 times larger (Colton Nadal). Advanced development (MF) of high surface-area metal alloy nano-foams as GTL catalysts targets conversion rate of 80% and volume processing of 100 liter/ gram/ hour at atmospheric pressure and 700-800C. Project ID : 6-2015-911
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Enhancement of Durability, Sensitivity and Selectivity of Environmental Sensors & BioSensors by Peptide NanotubesA Peptide NanoForest, is a dense array of self assembling organic nanotubes, capable of enhancing sensitivity and selectivity parameters of amperometric electrode high-performance sensors. The patented Diphenylalanine (FF) aromatic dipeptide nanotubes are formed under mild conditions from inexpensive building blocks. These bioinspired materials have a unique mechanical strength. They have a high Young’s modulus of about 20–30 GPa. In addition, the inherent biocompatibility of the structures along with the options of their chemical and biological modifications, extraordinary thermal stability, and organic solvent stability, lead to a novel class of nanostructures for sensing applications. The vertical arrangement of the peptide nanotubes enable the deposition of a larger number of nanotubes on the same surface, resulting in a remarkable surface area increase. FF peptide-nanotube-based sensors are benchmarked to CNT-based sensor, and clearly demonstrate the enhancement effect. Project ID : 3-2011-149
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Characterization of Porous Media for Petroleum ExcavationsA diffusion magnetic resonance (MR) method for non-invasively visualizing geochemistry and microstructures of porous sediment samples. The method provides quantification of pore sizes, pore size distribution and measure on pore eccentricities even for heterogeneous samples in the presence of free water or other liquids. Most diffusion MR methods use single pulsed-field-gradient (PFG) MR sequences; however such sequences are only beneficial for measurement of uniform, highly ordered media. We use the angular bipolar double-pulsed-field gradient (bp-d-PFG) to measure the poly dispersed sizes and shapes of pores of sedimentary rock samples with inter connections and three-dimensional organization. No a priori knowledge on the sizes or distribution is required. Project ID : 6-2012-372