Serum-Free Mesenchymal Stem Cell Culture Medium - Licensing Opportunity from National University of Ireland Galway - March 2015 front page preview

Serum-Free Mesenchymal Stem Cell Culture Medium - Licensing Opportunity from National University of Ireland Galway - March 2015

Animal serum is currently used to grow MSCs. This is problematic as this can lead to transmission of animal disease contaminating the cells; similarly there is a growing shortage worldwide of suitable serum for this purp...

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Wireless Power Supply Technology for Wearable Neurostimulator Products - Licensing Opportunity from National University of Ireland Galway - March 2015 front page preview

Wireless Power Supply Technology for Wearable Neurostimulator Products - Licensing Opportunity from National University of Ireland Galway - March 2015

This technology offers the potential for major improvement in implant technology as it removes the need for internal batteries. The novel solution provides power wirelessly to the implant via an external pulse generator....

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WiSync - Licensing Opportunity from National University of Ireland Galway - March 2015 front page preview

WiSync - Licensing Opportunity from National University of Ireland Galway - March 2015

Quality, accurate time synchronization over Wi-Fi networks is becoming increasingly important, particularly with the number of devices now accessing networks. Many time-sensitive applications experience problems with poo...

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Fibre Optic Pressure Sensor: Licensing Opportunity University of Limerick - May 2014 front page preview

Fibre Optic Pressure Sensor: Licensing Opportunity University of Limerick - May 2014

Optical Fibre Sensors Research Centre have developed a small diameter temperature compensated pressure sensor using fibre optic technology. The sensor is made from class (silica) and is 250μm in diameter.

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GlycoCoat Carbohydrate Coatings for Antifouling Applications: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015 front page preview

GlycoCoat Carbohydrate Coatings for Antifouling Applications: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015

This technology enables the coating of a range of materials, including carbon, metals, alloys and plastics with synthetic carbohydrates. These carbohydrates can modulate the biological makeup of these surfaces to allow c...

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