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Vilnius University posted this:Optical 3D Micro- and Nano-formation of BioplasticsThe present technology allows printing complex 3D micro- and nano-structures from environmentally friendly plant-derived material – acrylated epoxidized soybean oil (AESO). Non-toxicity and high biodegradability enable application in biomedicine, micro-optics and nanophotonics.
Vilnius University posted this:Combination of additive and subtractive laser 3D microprocessing for lab-on-chip and chemical sensing applicationsThe present technology combines additive and subtractive laser 3D microprocessing in hybrid glass/polymer microsystems, using single femtosecond laser source, thus enabling fabrication of functional structures for passive lab-on-chip and chemical sensing applications.
Vilnius University posted this:Additive manufacturing of 3D glass-ceramics down to nanoscale resolutionThe present technology allows manufacturing complex 3D glass-ceramic micro- and nanostructures by combining ultrafast 3D laser nanolithography with calcination. As a result, inorganic glass or crystalline nanostructures become resilient in harsh physical and chemical environments and high temperatures.
Vilnius University posted this:Photonic Crystal Microchip LaserThe present technology allows to significantly improve the beam quality and brightness of radiation of a microchip laser, by inserting a specially designed photonic crystal in the cavity of a microchip laser. Technology could be applied in various types of microlasers, including semiconductor edge-emitting lasers and vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers.
Vilnius University posted this:Technology for Contactless Dosimetry / Fluxmetry of Ionising RadiationsVilnius University offers a contactless and in situ continuous dosimetry / fluxmetry system for ionizing radiation detection. A single device measures a very wide range or radiation and is suitable for large area radiation control in radiation research centres, nuclear energy related facilities and specific medical purposes.
Arkadiusz Rudawski, PhD posted this:
Technology Broker at Cracow University of Technology
National Cancer Institute CRO Aviano posted this:Mechanisms of p53 inactivation in TP53 wild type tumors and factors affecting sensitivity to MDM2 inhibitorsThe research group led by Dr Roberta Maestro demonstrated that the overexpression of the protein Twist, detectable in a large fraction of sarcomas but also in a fraction of carcinomas, facilitates the MDM2-mediated degradation of p53 by making p53 more susceptible to MDM2 attack. The p53:MDM2 interplay is the target of a number of compounds currently under clinical trials. These compounds (MDM2i) are aimed at alleviating p53 from MDM2-mediated degradation and hence at restoring the p53 tumor suppressive activity. Maestro and coworkers gathered data indicating that the expression of Twist may significantly impact on the activity of these drugs.
Steinbeis Centre for Technology Transfer India posted this:Textile Reinforced Concrete Prototyping TechnologyTextile Reinforced Concrete Prototyping Technology (TRCPT) encompasses green and innovative construction practices that can be deployed to make products without using moulds. Some of the key features of the technology are: • Prototyping of Textile reinforced composite sheets yields products of various shapes and forms for structural as well as nonstructural applications. • Roofing sheets, slabs, tiles, filigree products, shells, pipes, etc. are some of the products made by using TRCPT. • The products can find a host of applications in infrastructure engineering including structural strengthening, repair and rehabilitation, lining of tunnel or canal, column jacketing, fire protection, wind energy generation infrastructure, affordable mass housing, etc.
Steinbeis Centre for Technology Transfer India posted this:Glass textile reinforced concrete crash barrier (GTRC CRABS)Glass textile reinforced concrete crash barrier system (GTRC CRABS) is an alternate for conventional reinforced concrete crash barriers with enhanced energy absorption ability. Some of the key features of the technology are: • Damage to the vehicle and injury to the passengers are likely to be reduced in a vehicle collision. • Weight per meter of proposed crash barrier is approximately one-third of that of reinforced concrete crash barrier. • Customizable for target impact resistance and energy absorption • Robust connection method to maintain the integrity in the event of collision • Easy to install due to simple connection mechanism
Steinbeis Centre for Technology Transfer India posted this:Synthesis of Phase pure Titanium dioxide NanoparticlesA novel, economic and eco-friendly process for bulk synthesis of Phase pure Titanium dioxide nanoparticles. The present process provides an economic, eco-friendly; easy and simple process for bulk synthesis of crystalline Rutile or Anatase phase TiO2 nanoparticles. Involves low temperature. Process is feasible at commercial scale.
Alexander Kvashnin posted this:
Director at Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University
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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Novel Drug Delivery System of Large Molecules for Localized Sustained ReleaseNovel Drug Delivery System of Large Molecules for Localized Sustained Release Project ID : 6-2018-4643
Eduard Hernandez Balada posted this:
Freelancer at Bioconservacion
Miguel Menendez posted this:
Professor / PhD. at Universidad de Zaragoza