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The Technology Transfer Office at Alcalá University serves as a liaison between the University and its socioeconomic environment in terms of research and innovation. It encorages collaboration between research groups from universities and companies/institutions, with the objective to promote and commercialize research results and scientific capabilities.
Some of the services offered by this office are specified in the following list:
- Promotion of R & D and improvement of the relationships with companies.
- Promote the participation in R & D projects applicants to public calls (regional, national and European).
- Advising, processing and monitoring of patents and other forms of industrial protection.
- Support in the negotiation of contracts and agreements for R&D&i
Universidad de Alcalá
January 1992 - January 1997
Master's Degree in R&D Management
The research group BIONANODEN «Dendritic Nanosystems for Biomedical Applications» oftheUniversityofAlcalápresents the procedure for obtaining and using of magnetic nanoparticles stabilized with cationic carbosilane dendritic systems. These nanoparticles interact with micr[…]
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Researchers at the University of Alcalá present a novel device that allows non-destructive sampling of treetops from the ground toquantifythedamage caused by biotic agents (pests) and abiotic (storms, hail, torrential rains) ortocontrol production of fruits, without the need for artificia[…]
NetIS Research Group of UAH (Madrid) has developed and patented a new system and procedure for roundabout signaling and traffic control, based on grouping the vehicles of each access into platoons and staggering the platoon’s arrival from orthogonal directions of roundabout access. It is offered for[…]
The research group in Photonic Engineering of the University of Alcalá presents a method and system that allow the characterization of the dispersion profile of an optical fiber by comparing the amplitude and phase of a pulsed light and a light generated by Rayleigh scattering. The invention provide[…]
The research group in "Biological Chemistry" of the University of Alcalá has developed new compounds inhibitors of the Tyrosine Phosphatase 1B Protein, which are related to new Formulas I, II and III, with methods to prepare them, with the use of them as inhibitors of protein tyrosine phosphatase 1B[…]