Advanced Wound Care: Plasma Medicine - Licensing Opportunity from University College Dublin - September 2015 front page preview

Advanced Wound Care: Plasma Medicine - Licensing Opportunity from University College Dublin - September 2015

A system incorporating cold atmospheric plasma, medical approved additives and a delivery system to enable improved wound healing in acute cases such as diabetic foot ulcers

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Control Malfunctions and Reliability caused by Parasitic Electrostatic Force in MEMS - Licensing Opportunity from University College Dublin - September 2015 front page preview

Control Malfunctions and Reliability caused by Parasitic Electrostatic Force in MEMS - Licensing Opportunity from University College Dublin - September 2015

The accumulation of charge in the dielectric of a MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) device results in a parasitic source of electrostatic force which, if uncontrolled, can lead to device malfunction and permanent s...

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Point of Care Diagnostic Technology Platform - Licensing Opportunity from University College Dublin - September 2015 front page preview

Point of Care Diagnostic Technology Platform - Licensing Opportunity from University College Dublin - September 2015

The invention is a magnetic separation platform where superparamagmetic (SPM) beads are separated based on their size and magnetic moment using flow enhanced non-linear magnetophoresis (FNLM). This FNLM lab-on-a-chip dev...

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Materials Genoma: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - August 2015 front page preview

Materials Genoma: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - August 2015

The development of new inorganic materials, such as high-performance alloys, new magnets and ionic conductors, custom-designed for a specific application is a challenging, time-consuming and expensive task. In the last t...

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IL­‐36 proteolytic processing Inhibitors: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - August 2015 front page preview

IL­‐36 proteolytic processing Inhibitors: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - August 2015

The technology describes strategies, as well as novel chemical entities, for the inhibition of the proteolytic processing and activation of members of the Interleukin-36 (IL‐36) family of cytokines ‐ which play a role in...

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