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Laijo Jose posted this:
Manager-Tech Transfer at Centre For Future (CFF)

The technology : Sewage Sludge Extraction (SSE)system for Sludge Dewatering and Thickening is a novel rotary continuous feed mechanical sludge compression devise that simultaneously sucks, and compress sludge mix, on opposite sides of its internal rotating element in a toroidal chamber, to segregate water and sludge into continuous out flow stream through separate channels. Unlike conventional compression technologies this is a ‘Continuous feed Type’ machine , compact, completely enclosed system (keeping sludge sealed from the operators environment to maintain odour free operations) that can operate within necessary power limits and fit within cylindrical space constraints as specified for the Omni -Ingestor to treat rates of 3 litres/higher per second within a compact toroidal chamber with self-cleaning separation screens membranes for long maintenance free operation. The system significant technical advancement and inventive step is that this system is 1st of its kind ‘Rotary Positive Displacement’ devise that permits variable volume control between its rotating elements to deliver a compact & highly efficient, simple continuous feed mechanical compression devise with capability for real time variation in the degree of compression based on the type of sludge and to self-adjust the compression ratio to deliver highly thickened sludge from range of inputs.

Unitat de Valorització de la URV posted this:
Licensing Manager at Fundació URV

Cystic Echinococcosis, also known as hydatid disease (Hydatidosis), is a parasitic disease caused by the tapeworms of genus Echinococcus. Hydatidosis is globally distributed and found in every continent except Antarctica. Endemic areas are parts of Argentina, Peru, East Africa, Central Asia and China. The infection to humans occur through the ingestion of parasite eggs in contaminated water, food, soil or through direct contact with animal hosts such as dogs and sheep. Human infection with E. granulosus leads to the development of one or more hydatid cysts located most often in the liver and lungs, and less frequently in the bones, kidneys, spleen, muscles, central nervous system and eyes. The asymptomatic incubation period of the disease can last many years until hydatid cysts grow to an extent that triggers clinical signs. The diagnosis is done through ultrasonography imaging, which is usually complemented or validated by computed tomography and/or magnetic resonance imaging scans. Cysts can be incidentally discovered by radiography. Specific antibodies are detected by different serological tests and can support the diagnosis. Biopsies and ultrasound-guided punctures may also be performed for differential diagnosis of cysts from tumours and abscesses. In this invention, a new system for non-invasive, early, fast and easy to use diagnosis test for Hydatidosis from exhaled breath analysis has been developed.
New method for the diagnosis of diseases caused by helminths