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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VIPER: a virally-derived peptide that blocks inflammation: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015 front page preview

VIPER: a virally-derived peptide that blocks inflammation: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015

Over millennia, viruses have optimised their ability to inhibit the immune response. Thus the Vaccinia virus protein A46 displays a remarkable ability to inhibit TLR4 function. We have exploited this viral know-how and d...

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Biofunctional Graphene Sensor - Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - August 2015 front page preview

Biofunctional Graphene Sensor - Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - August 2015

Graphene is a monolayer of carbon atoms and one of a number of promising novel building block to fabricate next generation electronic devices, including hand­‐held biosensors (Fig3). Graphene sensors have the potential t...

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